- Like most articles here, the name of the criminal is not given. However, the article does give you the URL of the website so that you can look it up yourself. Maybe it is just me, but it almost seems like they are begging you to look it up.
- Why print the name of the victim in this case? Hasn't he been humiliated enough? I tried to imagine what it would be like if I were in his place. I wouldn't want my name in this story.
- This has got to be the leader for most tasteless headline of the year. I can't find it now, but I swear that even The Sun, a British newspaper most famous for running pictures of topless women, had a headline more tasteful than this (it was something like "Wee Attack").
Speaking of headlines, the editors at 7 days' version tries taking the opposite tack, trying to beat out Claud Cockburn's famous "Most Boring Headline".