- Charles Saatchi
His actions are of course unforgiveable but the actions of the photographer, snoooping on a private matter, are almost as bad.
Domestic violence is hardly something that should be hidden away. The unacceptable nature of his actions and the consequences should be highlighted across the front pages. In hope that it stops it happening to someone else.
The only criticism you could levy against the photographer is that he/she didn’t intervene, which also goes for the couple sat at the table next to them.Posted 4 years agonedrapierSubscriber
I think if there was real pressure from his fingers at any point, we’d have had the photo showing it.
I’d guess that what he said was designed to hurt a whole lot more. The shit.
Edit: don’t know how much you can tell from the picture. Main point was about the verbal.Posted 4 years agobencooperMember
The only criticism you could levy against the photographer is that he/she didn’t intervene, which also goes for the couple sat at the table next to them.
Sadly, most people just don’t want to get involved – especially if it’s a “domestic” and they’re out enjoying a lovely meal at a fine restaurant.Posted 4 years agocranberryMember
Better to be thought a wife beating arsehole than to come out with a statement so transparently full of boll*cks that people think you a stupid, arrogant, wife beating arsehole for imagining that you could get away with it.
Love the attempts to link this back to Fatcher. If you want to see who put her into power google “labour politicians of the 70’s and 80’s”Posted 4 years agomrmoofoMember
Think your Blamethatchometer is oversensitive. Chaz’s work for the Tories was the best-known thing he’s done and was a significant factor in Thatcher’s re-elections.
I thought the most significant factor was how badly Labour had done in the previous term !!
I think Mr Saachi may well have helped, given context and marketed the Tories well buy giving a grat strap line but it need the public to believe at Mrs T and her henchmen could do a better job.
Though the use of the sound bite and media is something that Blair learn from Mrs T for his electionPosted 4 years agoBikingcatastropheMember
/cheap lascivious comment
At a rough guess I would say this looks like she might be back “on the market” soon then. Hubba hubba. 🙂
/ cheap lascivious comment
Not in any way meant to condone what happened as I agree with everyone else on here who has said it is not good behaviour from Saatchi. Unforgivable excuse which only makes things worse.Posted 4 years agoKevevsMember
Oh look, another stupidly rich and influential **** high on power and control. How unusual. To make propa good tabloidz she shoulda decked him with a Jumbleberry Crumble, phantom flanflinger style.
“Since you never know when you might be in urgent need of a crumble, I make up enough topping for at least 4 of these and let it sit safely in the freezer until required. Sprinkle it over your fruit of choice as it is, and cook from frozen. Sounds easy, doesn’t it?
As for the fruit, I take all chopping out of the equation and give it parity with the crumble topping by using frozen mixed summer fruits; “jumbleberry” is just an old, English term for whatever mixture of berries were used in jams or puddings or jellies”
You have weapons Nigella. Use them.Posted 4 years agoMidnighthourMember
Whoever took the photos did intervene. A quiet word in the restaurant and this “playful argument” might have continued at home out of sight indefinitely. Post it in the newspapers and its police and public awareness time. Might be money spinning but its also very effective at stopping such “playfulness”.Posted 4 years ago
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