Richard Keys among leading causes of cancer

“We would recommend to anyone who consumes any of Keys’ output to stop immediately,” read a statement.

Former Sky Sports presenter Richard Keys ranks alongside cigarettes as one of the leading causes of cancer, according to the World Health Organisation, putting the beIN Sports presenter in the same bracket as arsenic, tobacco, alcohol and asbestos.

Today’s data, released by the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, revealed that there was enough evidence to categorise Keys as a group 1 carcinogen.

“From our testing processes we’ve deducted that even the smallest daily dose of Mr. Keys can be extremely hazardous to the well-being of people,” said the report, adding that while his blogs may seem harmless and fun, they will most likely prove fatal to regular readers.

The report issued a warning to all those who regularly enjoy him, stating that while it is a positive for public safety that he is no longer on British television, his appearances in the Middle East are merely moving the problem and not solving it.

“In the 1990s it was excusable as we didn’t realise the dangers, but with all that we now know about the inherent dangers that go along with every aspect of Richard Keys, it is our responsibility to do something.”

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