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Marcus Receives A Formal Warning
An argument erupted today when Marcus got annoyed with Sree
for helping compile the shopping list, and ended with the
former receiving a Formal Warning from Big Brother for his
Sree was asked to use his mathematical skills to help add-up
the items on the list quickly, but Marcus kept putting his
Indian peer down and then mocked his accent. Sree wasn't happy
with this arguably racist behaviour and walked away, but was
subsequently advised by Rodrigo to complain to Big Brother.
However, out in the garden a little while later, it turned
into a full-scale slanging match between the pair; a dismissive
Marcus telling Sree to shut-up and issuing a threat when asked
to mind his language. "Why don't you make me," spat
an aggressive Marcus, adding the threat: "Say it when
we're outside... let's see if you're so brave outside".
This was more than a little pathetic on Marcus' part, because
i. despite all his talk about Mixed Martial Arts, Marcus does
not strike us as a proper hard man in any way, shape or form,
and ii. where's the glory in being able to physically beat-up
the very slight Sree?
"l'll say whatever I want to you," shouted Marcus,
but not if Big Bro has anything to do with it, for the all-seeing
entity called the Wolverine lookalike into the Diary Room
and told him to calm down.
Outside, while Sree continued to rant against Marcus, Lisa
and Kris saw it as a chance to put Freddie down, instructing
him not to get involved (or even speak). Kris dubbed his posh
peer's comments on the matter 'smarmy'.
Back in the Diary Room, Marcus went into a huge rant against
Big Bruv, blaming Sree for starting it and having a superior
attitude, and denying that he'd been threatening towards him.
The window fitter then suggested that his comments had been
taken out-of context, but what other context could there be?
It was a call to a fight, after all.
"Big Brother will not tolerate threatening language
in the Big Brother House," re-iterated the entity in
a serious tone, but Marcus maintained his dismissive position,
especially when it was suggested that his imitating of Sree's
accent earlier could have caused offence to his peers or the
Big Brother explained that it was Marcus' aggressive manner
combined with what he said that caused concern, but again
an angry Marcus wouldn't accept the dressing-down, accusing
the entity of being 'too politically correct'.
Anyway, Marcus later received an official Formal Warning
for his inappropriate and threatening behaviour, and it was
made clear that it was his final warning.
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