The segment THAT WAS TOO SHOCKY for The Kyle and Jackie O Show: radio presentators reveal the & # 39; stupid and illegal & # 39; joke they tried to attract
They are the controversial radio duo that are known to push the boundaries of good taste.
And this week, Kyle Sandilands and Jackie revealed & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson a list of segments that were too outrageous to launch.
& # 39; Let's go through some ideas that were never broadcast, & # 39; Jackie said to listeners. & # 39; These ideas were too ridiculous, they were stupid or illegal. & # 39;
The segment that was too shocking for The Kyle and Jackie O Show: The KIIS FM radio presenters (photo) have the & # 39; stupid and illegal & # 39; joke that they once tried to attract
Perhaps the most shocking segment was that Jackie tested the loyalty of KIIS FM employees by calling them up at 1 AM and asking for their help in getting rid of a corpse.
If they agreed to help, no questions asked, they would take the & # 39; loyalty test & # 39; to endure.
Another segment that did not make the reduction was that listeners came into the studio to see who farted the hardest using a sound meter.
Apparently Kyle didn't want to do the segment because it & # 39; is too childish & # 39; used to be.
Too extreme? Perhaps the tastiest segment that did not come up in the air was that Jackie (photo) tested the loyalty of KIIS FM employees by calling them up at 1 AM & 39 and asking for their help from a to come down
Another ax segment, & # 39; The Poo-jitive & # 39; , consisted of listeners running around Sydney in search of mysterious & # 39; poepers & # 39; who hid in bathroom stalls in the city.
Participants should knock on the right door and ask: & # 39; Are you the poo-jitive? & # 39;
Kyle revealed that they also had the idea to record an entire episode of The Kyle and Jackie O Show with sign language for deaf listeners.
Show dead? Kyle (photo) revealed that they also had the idea to record an entire episode of The Kyle and Jackie O Show with sign language for deaf listeners
The broadcast would have been streamed online for people to watch.
However, the plan failed because neither Kyle nor Jackie knew sign language.
& # 39; Our entire radio program would be performed in silence. Yes, we don't see that very well … & Kyle said.
Poor idea: the plan failed because neither Kyle nor Jackie knew sign language
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