The Sun a sters un articol despre logodnica lui Victor Lindelof

Acum cateva zile aparea un articol pe site-ul tabloidului "The Sun" despre sotia lui Victor Lindelof, unul dintre cele mai noi transferuri facute de Man United. Mai exact, articolul se intitula: Logodnica lui Victor Lindelof, Maja Nilsson, e dezgustata de preturile aberante ale unei loje private pe Old Trafford.

Costul unei astfel de lojepoate ajunge si la 80.000 de lire pe sezon, dar trebuie luat in considerare si salariul lui Lindelof, de vreo 120.000 de lire pe saptamana.

Articolul continua cu informatia ca Maja s-a plans ca nu e bagata in seama de celelalte sotii si prietene de fotbalisti daca nu cotizeaza si ea la o loja, adica e obligata sa fie in randul lumii. Costul lojelor este intre 24.000 si 81.600 de lire si se dau foarte repede, la inceput de sezon. Asa ca ea, care probabil a prins ultimul tren si si-a luat o loja scumpa, a considerat normal sa se planga de chestia asta in podcastul ei:

“The situation has changed for us since moving to Manchester, but here the players have the option to rent a box and I’m not even going to tell you for how much but a disgusting amount of money.

“And if you don’t buy one you’re considered to be a loser. But having a box is wonderful because you have your own waiter.”

O fi rau sau sa ai propriul ospatar? Ei pare sa-i convina, totusi.

Tot in articolul din The Sun mai sunt mentionate si alte probleme cu care se confrunta Maja, precum tricourile pe care le lasa aruncate prin casa Victor - informatie preluata chiar de pe blogul fetei.

Articolul nu avea nimic cu adevarat special, nici o dezvaluire de efect sau ceva in exclusivitate, asa ca nu pricep de ce a disparut de pe site-ul ziarului. Le-am trimis un email, o sa vad daca-mi raspund. Vorb-aia: jos cenzura!


Am primit un raspuns la mailul trimis catre The Sun, in care i-am intrebat daca sunt cenzurati si am adus aminte de cenzura din Romania de dinainte de '89. Iata cum au raspuns la intrebarea mea:

Dear Alex,

Thank you for your email. I really appreciate you getting in touch.

I have asked the Online desk about this story, and they have confirmed that they chose to take it down - they were not pressured into doing so. I am very pleased to say that The Sun is not subject to censorship, and we do not take down articles as a result of, say, government pressure. As a UK-based paper, we were very lucky to benefit from a strong history of press freedom.

I visited Romania a few years ago, and thought it was very beautiful, and the people were so friendly. It's great that you read The Sun from there, and I'd like you to know that you can be satisfied that the paper you are reading has not been censored.

Best wishes,
Robyn

Au raspuns si n-au raspuns, dar ma bucur ca se sinchisesc sa dea reply fiecarui cititor. Si voi citi in continuare The Sun cu aceeasi placere :)