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Apr 17, 2012

Seven’s Hamish McLachlan denies fiddling with his own Wiki

Users of popular football forum Big Footy uncovered what they considered to be another hilarious example of a celebrity micro-managing their wiki profile, suggesting that Channel Seven personality and host of AFL show Game Day Hamish McLachlan appeared to be the creator and editor of his own Wikipedia entry. But McLachlan has denied all.

Leigh Josey

Crikey production manager

Users of popular football forum Big Footy uncovered what they considered to be an hilarious example of a celebrity micro-managing their wiki profile, suggesting that Channel Seven personality and host of AFL show Game Day Hamish McLachlan appeared to be the creator and editor of his own Wikipedia entry. But in an email to Crikey, McLachlan has denied these allegations, saying that it was a friend — not him –who made the changes.

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10 thoughts on “Seven’s Hamish McLachlan denies fiddling with his own Wiki

  1. Christopher Main

    So what? Why is this non-story worthy of being included in the Crikey email?

  2. hoo boo

    shut up, christopher main, you’re such a pain.

  3. hoo boo

    resting will always rule, syd.

  4. hoo boo

    Hamish is my hero.

  5. hoo boo

    Hamnish should also try to slow down when he commentates so his words don’t come out as a garbled mess.

  6. hoo boo

    lick, lick,lick,lick,lick,lick.lick.

  7. L V

    ive sent this to the footy show. they’ll rip into him for sure.

  8. NewSoftShoe

    Fiddling with doesn’t really sum it up

  9. CHopper

    Isn’t LinkedIn for that kind of self-serving crap?

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