Written by Leo Montford

Tuesday, 27 January 2015


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5. Kelly Potter

Kelly Potter was the first woman to ever appear on a british comedy panel show all the way back in 2006 when she made an appearance on Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Potter shocked viewers by talking about her private parts - you know like men do, but it's much more offensive because shes a woman, which is far more shocking for some reason. Her style of humour often led to as many as 100,000 complaints to Ofcom during a single broadcast.

4. Gregory Twat

Twat was notorious for his outlandish stage antics such as getting audience members to whip him, throwing excrement into the audience and tipping an actual unwitting wheelchair user out of his chair and kicking him live on stage. Twat also only ever performed naked.

3. The Minge Master

The Minge Master was introduced to our TV screens just last year, but he still finds himself on our top 5 list. The Minge Master's television show The Minge Master: Pussy Patrol was Axed by ITV2 last year after it was uncovered that The Minge Master was clearly a vulgar human being with no discernible talent. The Minge Master appeared on Newsnight wearing a blazer and a black turtleneck to defend his actions and cried in the process.

2. Joseph Rommel

A dedicated Nazi who performed observational comedy about being a Nazi and named himself after famous Nazis. Rommel is the only Nazi comedian to sell out the London Hammersmith Apollo. He is now in the running to become the local UKIP representative of Whitstable.

1. William Jones

The late militant alternative comedian that always wore a colourful checked suit and had wild ginger hair. Jones is remembered for his razor sharp wit and is considered one of the greatest satirical comedians of all time and influenced the likes of Stewart Lee and Louis CK, however Jones is best remembered for his single appearance on BBC's Live at the Apollo in 2010 where he set himself on fire and burned himself alive as a protest against the show and subsequently died in the process.

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