The headline is Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles faces backlash from listeners after making offensive 'fat' jokes about Beth Ditto.
It hardly seems news that Moyles - like Jonathan Ross - might make some near-the-knuckle jokes on his programme, but the Mail is only interested in leaping on something minor to try and turn it into some 'BBC outrage'.
But by saying 'faces backlash' they seem to admitting that there isn't an actual 'backlash' they can report on. Usually they pick up some comments from the BBC messageboards or some other forum but none are quoted.
Here's how their article begins:
Chris Moyles has caused controversy by mocking Beth Ditto for being overweight - despite weighing over 16 stone himself.
The Radio 1 DJ angered listeners with his comments about the Gossip singer as he handed over to Fearne Cotton on Wednesday morning.
The joke started when Moyles joked he would look like Ditto if he dressed up in women's clothes, but quickly descended into something altogether more offensive.
But do they really mean 'offensive'?
Because if the Mail's thinks it was all so 'offensive', why do they willingly repeat ten of the 'jokes' he came out with?
Moreover, when it comes to remarks about Ditto's weight, are the Mail really in a position to criticise others?
For example, in March 2009 they said Ditto had:
squeezed herself into the tight-fitting lycra frock, testing its limits almost to the point of destruction.
See? She's so fat she nearly destroys her clothes! Brilliant!
And a few months later, one of their headlines came with a health warning:
She's so fat she'll hurt your eyes! Hilarious!
So is the real reason that the Mail is upset with Moyles because he works for the BBC? Or is it because making petty remarks about Beth Ditto's weight is their job?