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As investigations continue into the alleged sexual assaults perpetrated by a loser thespian that had one hit song in 1990 and spent the rest of his performing career with an over-inflated ego, media commentators have called for the justice system to play hard ball.
This comes after after a joint ABC-Fairfax investigation revealed allegations Logie-winning Australian media identity Craig McLaughlan indecently assaulted and sexually harassed up to ten co-stars and colleagues throughout his career.
Not even two days after the 7:30 report aired the story, there have been calls once again for McLaughlan to be forced into performing yet another live comedy bit in front of Footy Show audiences.
“We want to see the man punished severely for his actions” said one talkback announcer.
“I think forcing him to embarrass himself with smug stories about life as a B-lister is one way we can make sure he is remorseful for what he is done”
The proposed sentencing is paying homage to the most woeful stand up skit in modern Australian history, that saw McLaughlan being cut down to size by NRL audiences who could see right through his false sense of importance.
WATCH CRAIG MCLAUGHLAN MAKE A CUNT OF HIMSELF HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFqWC02Oobw
McLachlan has strenuously denied those allegations against him, describing them as baseless, vicious and outrageous attempts to improve their lot by going after an ex-soap star who has spent most of his career working in Adelaide-based theatre productions.