Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan - Richard Madeley accompanies his wife Judy Finnigan to BBC Breakfast where she is appearing to promote her new book 'Judy Finnigan I Do Not Sleep'. - Leeds, United Kingdom - Wednesday 17th June 2015
It's weird, because lots of people have this kind of pact with Richard and Judy, they just don't know it.
This is one of those stories that, devoid of context, is fun to write a headline for. Context, however, renders is boring and a little bit weird. "If Judy was really ill and in logical mind...,” Richard Madeley would pull the plug on his long-time wife and co-presenter Judy Finnigan, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Richard and Judy looking fairly glum. At least they've got killing eachother to look forward to
Madeley continued: "If, when the time came... Judy said to me, 'But what about you? What about the risk of prosecution?', I'd say, 'That's my problem, I'll deal with that, don't worry about it.' And for me, it would be the locked room, the bottle of whisky and the revolver. I wouldn't want to mess around."
Continue reading: Richard Would Kill Judy, Regardless Of The Law. Context Needed?
Richard & Judy say they have agreed an assisted death pact.
TV personalities Judy Finnigan and Richard Madeley have said they have agreed an assisted death pact should one of them fall seriously ill. During an interview with the Telegraph, Madeley said he wouldn't care about being prosecuted.
Judy Finnigan [L] and Richard Madeley [R] Celebrating 25 Years of 'This Morning'
"If Judy was really ill and in logical mind...I wouldn't give a tuppenny if there was a risk of being prosecuted. I'd do what was right for my wife."
Continue reading: Richard And Judy Agree 'Death Pact': "Locked Room, Whiskey And Revolver"
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