Ofcom will not probe Great British Bake Off's 'bingate'

Ofcom will not investigate The Great British Bake Off's "bingate" row after more than 800 viewers complained about the alleged sabotage of contestant Iain Watters' Baked Alaska

Diana Beard quit the show but insisted her departure was due to illness not the Watters incident.

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Bake Off contestants 'still friends' despite controversy

Former British Bake Off contestant Iain Watters insists he is still friends with Diana Beard following last night's controversial episode. Baked Alaska drama.

Watters threw his melted Baked Alaska in the bin, with viewers were quick to blame Beard, 69, after she appeared to remove his ice cream from the freezer.

Beard has now left the show, but the BBC insist her departure is due to illness.

I have seen all the controversy and I don’t hold Diana responsible in any way. There are no grudges, we are still friends and keep in contact regularly.

– Iain Watters

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