|Sir Norman Wrassle|
The accusations were made in an editorial in the April edition of the industry trade journal Offal Monthly. Speaking at a meeting of the Westhaughton Ladies' Circle earlier today, TMB chairman Sir Norman Wrassle said: "I would like to take this opportunity to strongly refute these allegations. It is quite improper to suggest that either I, or my staff, have tried to portray tripe in a more positive light by tampering with entries on Wikipedia".
Sir Norman said the TMB had its work cut out marketing tripe on Twitter and Facebook without having to resort to the online encyclopaedia. He told the audience of Lancashire housewives "I can assure you that we have better things to do with our time. In any case - there is quite enough tripe on there already".