I've worked with some first-class prima donnas in my day, but this guy has them all beat:
One of Britain's leading restaurant critics has been left red faced after an obscene 1,000-word email rant he sent to his editors emerged on the internet.
Their crime? Changing a single word in one of his reviews.
Giles Coren, son of the humourist Alan Coren, was angry that his phrase “where to go for a nosh” had been replaced with “where to go for nosh”, with the penultimate word removed.
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“There is no length issue. This is someone thinking: