October 2011

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On the eve of their semi-final clash with New Zealand, the Wallabies squad has been rocked by accusations that its coach and star playmaker are in fact working for the opposition. An anonymous source contacted The Public Apology some months ago and after an in-depth investigation we can exclusively reveal that both Robbie Deans and…

Read More Cooper, Deans Accused of Rugby Espionage

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An elaborate touchdown celebration took an unexpected turn for the worst at the Green Bay and Atlanta clash on Sunday, with Packers’ wide receiver James Jones sustaining career-threatening injuries – not to mention a substantial amount of egg on his face. After a stunning 70-yard reception that handed the Packers the lead, Jones began dancing around the end zone in order to…

Read More NFL player pays price for arrogant touchdown

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Russian winger Vladimir Ostroushko has been arrested and subsequently charged following the murder and consumption of Australian forward and makeshift winger Radike Samo. And the bizarre incident is likely to affect Samo’s chances of lining up in Sunday’s do-or-die quarter-final against South Africa, given he is slowly making his way through Ostroushko’s digestive system. Ostroushko…

Read More Russian winger lives up to promise, eats Radike Samo

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The simmering feud between NRL boss David Gallop and Manly fullback Brett Stewart shows no signs of relenting, with both parties shunning the very thought of a public apology. And now a most unlikely figure has thrown his weight behind the inane Mexican standoff – former Prime Minister and staunch anti-apologist John Howard. The Public…

Read More Former PM John Howard backs Gallop-Stewart feud