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Dyergate: Zoo's to blame?

The Danny Dyer/ Zoo advice spat continues, with both sides turning on each other. Tell you what, why not 'sort it aaaaht' in a pub carpark like true lads mag cliches? It's only fitting.

While Danny ran to a tab to defend himself, saying, 'This is totally out of order, I am totally devastated. I have been completely misquoted. This is not the advice I would give any member of the public. I do not condone violence against women.' Zoo however, were having none of it, 'As an immediate result of an ongoing internal inquiry following an indefensible comment published in this week's issue, Zoo has decided to bring the Danny Dyer column to an end. We would like to make it clear that Danny was not misquoted, but that does not excuse the fact his comment appeared in print.'

And now even 'Alex from Manchester', whose turmoil prompted the moronic advice, has added his thoughts, 'It does change my view of the magazine for printing it and the man. I did it because I wanted some advice. His advice was a bit sick. I was with the girl for a year and would never think about trying to hurt her.'

Though this all begs the question: what kind of moron writes in to Zoo magazine seeking genuinely helpful, wise counsel?

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