1) A wee bit unlikely.
Being asked if it was the time difference between Aberdeen and Shetland that was delaying the update on an incident! https://t.co/wK7gCIo2kc— Zoe Ogilvie (@PRZoeO) August 30, 2016
2) I’m sure s/he has nothing better to do.
@prweekuknews why can't you disturb the CEO on his honeymoon?— Sarah Pinch (@ms_organised) August 30, 2016
3) Apparently somebody keeps this information.
@prweekuknews A FOI on A&E figures for sex toy injuries. The hack seemed to have an unduly detailed knowledge of the subject...— Fin McNicol (@FinMcNic) August 31, 2016
4) Come back, 1986, I think you misplaced your journalist.
Can you fax me a press release https://t.co/JqlP4tFLp1— JTFunderbird (@JTCHANGINGBIZ) August 30, 2016
5) Lost for words here.
@prweekuknews While at a refugee charity, ludicrously specific interview requests. Memorably 'a torture victims but only if they have scars'— Russell Hargrave (@Hargraver) August 30, 2016
6) Sure, just the one?
@prweekuknews "can you get me someone jailed for the London riots. Preferably someone who'll boast about on camera about stabbing someone"— Beth Murray (@bmbm) August 30, 2016
7) Presumptuous slightly?
@prweekuknews "Could you get me into the media pen" (from a TV presenter & her crew at a Royal visit who hadn't applied for a press pass)— Mary Whenman (@marywhenman) August 30, 2016
8) I could tie you to the blades.
@prweekuknews "Can I go back in the helicopter w/ Anthea Turner?" (which meant bumping somebody off the chopper to get the train home)— Mary Whenman (@marywhenman) August 30, 2016
9) Could you get me the moon on a stick?
@prweekuknews "Could you get me a Finland/UK phone adaptor from Micro Anvika" (at 8pm on the night before a press trip to Finland)— Mary Whenman (@marywhenman) August 30, 2016
No comment from us.
Of course PR people never ask ridiculous requests... ?? https://t.co/RjHpgXqS9K— Ismay Woods (@harryswean) August 30, 2016