Piers is not much on fake Twitter accounts.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 18, 2012
Some wonder if his is a fake account.
@piersmorgan I always assumed this was a parody account
— Karl Brophy (@Karlbroph) November 18, 2012
— P. Poacher (@josephwairera) November 18, 2012
@piersmorgan I thought you was a fake account.
— Involved In Nothing. (@iHateFeds) November 18, 2012
Others want to know if fake Twitter accounts are like journalists who publish fake photos of Iraqi prisoners being tortured by British soldiers.
Back in 2004, Piers Morgan was axed as editor-in-chief of the Daily Mirror, a British tabloid, for publishing photos of British soldiers who appeared to be abusing an Iraqi prisoner. They turned out to be fake.
— carl harper (@carlharpermufc) November 18, 2012
@piersmorgan A bit like people who fake photos to create a newspaper story that would have resulted in our troops being targeted. Sad.
— Andy Roscoe (@andyroscoe77) November 18, 2012
— Rory Murphy (@bogotabandit2) November 18, 2012