An army major, his wife and a college lecturer were found guilty yesterday of attempting to cheat on the game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? As the army officer sat in the hotseat on the show, the lecturer was 10ft behind him and coughed to steer him towards the right answers. The major's wife, who rang Whittock repeatedly in the run-up to the recording, was the point of contact between the two. All three were spared prison because the Ingrams have young children, but they received hefty fines.
Who Want to be a Millionaire scandal: Tarrant says major was never a ‘victim’ | Shropshire Star
Apr 11, Mark Andrews reports. The play appears to cast doubt on the guilt of Ingram, his wife Diana and fellow contestant Tecwen Whittock, who were accused of helping him select the right answers by coughing. At the end of the show, the audience is invited to cast votes on whether they believe Ingram cheated or not. But Tarrant, who was asking the questions when former Oswestry School pupil Ingram was in the hot-seat, said he was in no doubt whatsoever that Ingram was guilty as charged. The Ingrams were each handed month suspended prison sentences, while Whittock was given a month suspended sentence after being convicted at Southwark Crown Court in
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