By Simon Farnworth
Who says journalism is dead? Well, if you read today’s Daily Mail post on Liv Tyler and her son, Milo, then you would be hard pushed to find a pulse in the frail, frightful world of Daily Mail journalism.
It features five images of the actress with her son in New York City and includes stunning insights such as:
The fact that these two sentences are deemed newsworthy enough to be included on the most popular news website in the world is both shocking and highly disturbing.
The ‘article’ then went on to tell us that Liv’s make up was light; but what of her hair I hear you ask? Tricky word ‘hair’, easily forgotten…
I’m not a cruel man, I will allow the odd grammatical error here or there but if you get 7m unique views a day then you can surely check that ‘Parka’ is spelt correctly, especially when it is in the sentence below.
Thankfully the article was saved by one sensational sentence.
This is a life changing sentence.
SHE WAS HOLDING HER SON’S COAT!
Who says journalism is dead?!