A man thought to be the famous US broadcaster Bill O'Reilly was found sleeping in a bus shelter in Liverpool, England - home of the Beatles and the Grand National horse race - in the early hours of this morning.
In a bizarre twist, the man who found Bill O'Reilly sleeping was a TV personality himself, Neil Buchanan out of TV's 'Art Attack' show.
Neil Buchanan told us that he was on his way home when he noticed the man sleeping in the bus shelter and was immediately concerned that the sleeping man may have been hurt, or sick or something, so he decided to check on him.
It was only when Neil Buchanan out of 'Art Attack' woke the sleeping man up that he realised it was US TV personality Bill O'Reilly. Buchanan told us that the man smelled strongly of alcohol and that when he roused him from his slumbers the man waved a pen at him and said:
"This is a no spin zone. Please don't obloviate you lily livered liberal bastard."
At this point, Buchanan, an avid viewer of O'Reilly's US TV show, as well as Hannity and Colmes or whatever they call themselves, called the police. Bill O'Reilly was eventually arrested on Drunk and Disorderly charges, and Resisting Arrest.
"It was a pity really," Buchanan told us. "He always looks so confident and altogether on the telly."
A spokesman for Bill O'Reilly claimed he didn't know what the hell we were talking about and that Bill O'Reilly was in New York City at the time of the alleged incident.
More as we get it.