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The web reaction to 'Chimpgate'

The Daily Telegraph claims that Citigroup investors made ‘chimp noises’ at Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan and heckled him in a conference call. The Department of Finance denies the claim. Here’s a few glimpses into what the web thought.

FOLLOWING THE DAILY Telegraph article which claimed that Brian Lenihan was ridiculed by investors from Citigroup during a conference call, making what one participant described as ‘chimp noises’, the Department of Finance have said that the article is “pathetic and inaccurate”. Here’s a quick glimpse into a few of the comments on both Twitter and the Daily Telegraph website .

The web reaction to 'Chimpgate'
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  • Dr Cockroach in the comments section on the Telegraph article

  • @collumbo on twitter

  • @karlypants on twitter

  • @unamullaly on Twitter

  • khenders on the Daily Telegraph comment section

  • @hughgreen on twitter

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