Deceitful as far as I'm concerned.
Yesterday a man from NSW's central coast won 130,000 when he correctly answered a phone call from the show within three rings and answered with the five magic words, "I wake up with Today".
Today viewer Josh Huxley, of Halekulani on New South Wales, is 130,000 richer. .
'You guys stuffed up big time.Video duration 00:56, basil Zempilas tipped for Weekend Sunrise.Deborah and fellow hosts Karl Stefanovic and Richard Wilkins appeared eager to giveaway the cash as they placed a phone call to the woman named Pauline in Williamstown, Victoria.And why did Sylvia look so disappointed at first if she said the right thing?Trailer: Paddington 2, video duration 02:17, entertainment news highlights, video duration 01:20.As stated on the show earlier this morning, you were desperate to give the cash way and I think just let the rules slide, posted Terry McLoy.Nine addressed the controversy on, facebook where they posted the clip of Mr Huxley winning and explained: "In case you're wondering, we had no idea whether our 130,000 cash call winner was going to pick up the phone today within three rings, and scoop the.He answered so quickly and then within seconds a camera was in his house.You need to clarify the audio, there were two rings then gday or similar.Org petition to the NSW liquor, crate and barrel promotion code march 2016 gaming and racing office.According to the terms and conditions for the giveaway, Today show's Block of Cash segment runs until May.Earlier this year, Todays former Block of Cash segment had a spectacular fail when the phone went unanswered 16 times as they tried to give away 30,000.Im happy for Pauline.One person wrote: "Surely that was a set up?Shortly afterwards he was seen on camera, which for one viewer, Coralie Allan from Gilston in Queensland, indicated that either: Up Next, white Night Melbourne 2018 program, video duration 01:02.Everything went so smoothly, the satellite was in sync with the phone, he seemed like he was already camera trained and knew that he had to jump up off the couch, turn around and face the camera.A television crew in presence, in his house belies this claim.".