8. Yeah, it was hilarious when they got a 14 yr old to talk about her rape on the radio
The broadcaster was handed the first reprimand in 2009 after a 14-year-old girl was attached to a lie detector and then said live on air that she had been raped.
... “Have you ever had sex?” The 14-year-old replied: “I've already told you the story about this ... and don't look at me and smile because it’s not funny.”
After a pause, she raised her voice with frustration and said: “Oh OK, I got raped when I was 12 years old.”
Regulars again ruled against the station when it found that 2DayFM's "Kyle & Jackie O Show" breached decency codes when broadcaster Kyle Sandilands called a female journalist a "fat slag" in November.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority said the comments were "deeply derogatory and offensive"
He was reported as saying: "What a fat bitter thing you are, you deputy editor of an online thing. You've got a nothing job anyway. You're a piece of s**t. You’re a bulls**t artist, girl. That's what you are. You should be fired from your job."
The station apologised but did not fire the presenter.