Well, good news all, there's another one.
@wrightstufflive abhorrent.— Kirsty Hulse (@Kirsty_Hulse) November 11, 2015
Yup, Twitter is awash with outrage over the seemingly insensitive and rather crude questions that have definitely not been posed by the Channel 5 call-in show.
@wrightstufflive why don't you go fuck yourselves how about that!— Kenny Ranks (@mrkenvin) November 11, 2015
Yes! All this tinsel and fairy lights bullshit, why don't we have lumberjacks instead of santa! https://t.co/Y1dDv0Qekq— La Oveja Negra (@__Khaira) November 11, 2015
Well, extraordinary https://t.co/oFhvCvOMhU— Heyhorothko (@HeyHoRothko) November 11, 2015
As a reminder, the previous spoof account which was quickly suspended, rose to infamy with the question: "Are people that take selfies more likely to join ISIS?"
Obviously the answer was no but that didn't stop people getting a little upset.
@wrightstuffon5 Has someone been on the booze already this morning?— Fuzzy Duck (@BoatingFuzzy) October 7, 2015
Next up Are people who drink coffee more likely to vote Green? https://t.co/zYBRVhDcwY— Kevin Jackson (@kevinlfj) October 7, 2015
@wrightstuffon5 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 So ISIS is just full of hot young girls, that like to go out then? And we still can't defeat them... Bloody useless— DAN (@DDS082) October 7, 2015
Matthew Wright hosts the discussion programme, which airs on weekday mornings on Channel 5.