Dumped Channel Seven moderator flips the winged creature in goodbye message

It was depicted as an friendly split by both parties.
But it’s been uncovered previous Channel Seven newsreader Charge McDonald had a one fingered salute for the arrange after showing his last news release for the Brisbane agency last week.
The Courier-Mailhas uncovered that the previous news stay cleared out a rough drawing of a hand with the center finger raised on the network’s ‘farewell wall’ at their Queensland studio.
The production gotten a photo of the separating message, which portrays a hand ‘flipping the bird’ what’s more, was marked ‘Bye from Bill’ dated Friday, Walk 9 Mr McDonald’s last day on air.

A Seven representative demanded the drawing was done in jest.
‘To appreciate the cleverness in Bill’s cartoon, it needs to be seen in context,’ they told the Dispatch Mail.
‘Bill’s toon joined over 30 years’ worth of outlines from staff cleared out for each other’s diversion in this private space.’
Seven news what’s more, current undertakings manager Craig McPherson added: ‘It (the sketch) was likely a bit of amusingness on Bill’s behalf.
Both Seven what’s more, McDonald keep up they separated ways genially following months of contract negotiations.
He had co-anchored Brisbane’s Seven News notice with Sharyn Ghidella since 2013.
McDonald will be part of Seven’s Federation Amusements scope in April some time recently he clears out the organize to center on his media business.
On his last day at the news desk, McDonald demanded it was genial decision, ‘despite what the papers said’.
‘I’m not dumped or, on the other hand kicked out of the network, I’m working on the District Recreations what’s more, other brandish going forward. I’m just giving up sitting on the news desk,’ he told radio station 4BC Brisbane.
‘We’re fine. I’ve known this what’s more, had the choice made four months ago. I’ve just been sitting on this mystery what’s more, working out what I’m doing so I don’t know where the six month transaction thing came from.’
Daily Mail Australia has reached McDonald for comment.

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