How do I report an inaccuracy within a Yahoo News story regarding the passing of Actor Frank Thornton
I don't have an account (nor do I want one) but I was wondering how to post feedback about what I believe is an inaccuracy in the story that Yahoo News has posted within the article (http://uk.news.yahoo.com/being-served-actor-dies-122528255.html?fb_action_ids=515455431843914%2C515320778524046%2C515318941857563&fb_action_types=news.reads&fb_source=other_multiline&action_object_map=%7B%22515455431843914%22%3A486800334716618%2C%22515320778524046%22%3A260460367424192%2C%22515318941857563%22%3A126361534215107%7D&action_type_map=%7B%22515455431843914%22%3A%22news.reads%22%2C%22515320778524046%22%3A%22news.reads%22%2C%22515318941857563%22%3A%22news.reads%22%7D&action_ref_map=%5B%5D) that relays news of the passing of Actor Frank Thornton. The article claims:
"Sitcom star Thornton was the last of the original main members of the cast of Are You Being Served?" but I believe this to be incorrect as Nicholas Smith (who played Mr. Rumbold) is still alive and, hopefully, well.The article suggests it's origin to be the Associated Press but I visited the page on it's web site and it does not currently make such a claim.
I would have thought that one of the links on the main Yahoo page (or under help) would be to quickly allow anyone to raise a concern over the accuracy of anything published (regardless of whether they have a yahoo account or not).
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