Don't believe Wikipedia. When it comes to the origin of that infamous singsong Cockney slang phrase "It's all gone Pete Tong" (translation: "It's all gone wrong"), the online compendium of crowd-sourced information is entirely inaccurate. As Tong himself will tell you, it wasn't his BBC DJ peers Mark Radcliffe and Marc Riley who first brought this sideways slam into popular use. Actually, the ones responsible were the smart-ass editors who produced millennium-era... More >>>