Man wrongly interviewed live on BBC to sue broadcaster for royalties
Guy Goma claims the BBC has not paid him a ‘single penny’ despite the viral clip making it money
A man who became an early internet sensation after the BBC interviewed him live on air by mistake says he is planning to sue the corporation over lost earnings from the clip.
Guy Goma turned up at the corporation’s headquarters for a job interview in 2006, but when he arrived he ended up being interviewed on the BBC News Channel about internet music downloads.
He had been mistaken for technology journalist Guy Kewney, who had ...