Nuts: You've been under house arrest since 1990, during which time your husband died. So you must be gagging for it by now.
ASSK: I am interested only in bring freedom to the Burmese people and if your readers want to support.....
Nuts: Talking of "support", we have to say you've got a magnificent pair of breasts, did you always wear a bra?
ASSK: That's not what I'm here to discuss. Do you not have any questions about democracy, freedom or my house arrest?
Nuts: OK love, keep your knickers on. We have loads of questions about that stuff.
ASSK: Ok thank you.
Nuts. You were kept in your house for years at a time.
Nuts: How long was it before you thought "why bother getting dressed, I can hang around naked all day watching Jeremy Kyle"?
ASSK: I never behaved like that.
Nuts: Yeah right!
ASSK: Don't you have any questions about the situation here?
Nuts: Alright, there have been a lot of female leaders from South and South East Asia- Benazir Bhutto, Corazin Aquino, Indira Gandhi. Which one would you snog if you had the chance.
ASSK: None of them....
ASSK: Yes really.
Nuts: Ironically, you've been released just months after the last series of Big Brother, don't you think you would have been awesome at that?
ASSK: Ha ha, I'm sure I would but let's talk about the Junta....
Nuts: I'd like to see what you've got up your junta! Geddit. Back to Big Brother. It's our Big Brother Big Boobs edition this week, so which contestant had the best boobs in your view, Jade Goody is ineligible?
ASSK: I don't care about Big Brother or boobs or Jade Goody or .....
Nuts: Did you really say you don't care about Jade Goody?
Nuts: That's very insensitive, don't you know the poor woman is dead. I'm actually shocked that you could be so hurtful.
ASSK: Sorry I didn't know she was dead or who she was.
Nuts: Yeah right, have you been locked in a darkened room for the last 10 years or something? This interview is over, get out!
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Exclusive Interview With "Big Brother Burma" Champion Aung San Suu Kyi.
Whilst John Simpson and the BBC World Service are claiming to have the first interviews with freed Burmese democracy campaigner and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize; Aung San Suu Kyi. This sites special correspondent actually beat them to it. Unfortunately he was also working for Nuts at the time of the interview but it is very revealing nonetheless: