Apparently the standards fo the BBC are not what they used to be. Either that or they are doing an undercover documentary on the best jewelry fences in South Asia. According to Lindsay Lohan and not the BBC, Lindsay and a BBC crew are headed to India next month to film a documentary on the trafficking of children. This should NOT be confused with children who are only 15 or 16 going out and partying with 35 year olds every night and their drug addicted sister. This is entirely different and what better person in the world to bring you this tale than Lindsay Lohan.
Seriously? BBC WTF? No other person said yes? Are you sure you called everyone? Here is what Lindsay had to say. "I'm going to India soon, actually, before Thanksgiving. And I'm doing a documentary for the BBC Network. It all happened actually when I was in Dubai. I like to support charities. I think it's important to kind of have a voice when you can have one, and make a difference."
Uh huh. When she means support she means getting invited to charity events and getting items on "loan" to wear to said events.
"It's basically on the trafficking of children in Behar, India. So it'll be starting soon. We're just trying to work out the times and the dates. I'm a little nervous, but I'm excited to do something like that."
Uh huh. Interesting. And once again BBC, why did you pick Lindsay? Is she qualified to do this or even speak in complete sentences? Did you think she seems like someone people would want to talk to about this?