The massive difference being George admitted his crimes and was punished for them. Hancock utterly denies his and is free to carry on his job AND earn £40000 whilst neglecting said jobAbsolutely not - in fact it's the complete opposite. I believe in people being given second chances. The point is, Boy George is somebody who has been given a second chance and has been able to continue his career, yet he doesn't appear to agree that others should be afforded the same privilege.
Don't get me wrong, I don't like the fact that Hancock is in there, but George's victim feels the same way about George being in there. Just imagine how difficult it must have been for George's victim to stomach if he watched last nights' episode, and had to listen to George saying he wanted to leave because of Hancock.