Owner of controversial The Phoenix Club, in Bolton, Lancashire; wheelchair bound Brian Potter has reportedly signed up to an £80 million deal to present a travel show by Travelling World TV.
This wouldn't be the controversial club owner's first foray into travel journalism. Last year, Potter committed a series of gaffes when he visited Italy.
In the 2,000 year old Pantheon, Potter was heard to utter on camera:
"Max, Paddy, there's a bloody great hole in the roof and it's pissing down outside. Get the producer! Now!"
In Venice, he was heard on camera saying:
"Get me a taxi! Get me a taxi to a kebab shop right now!" in hysterical fashion before adding: "The bloody streets are flooded for fuck's sake man! Take me to the airport. I'm out of here."
In Pisa, Potter was heard to remark to an Italian construction worker:
"Hey son. Get here. Now. See that tower? That's never straight. When you build upwards, you're supposed to build upwards. Not at a fucking angle."
In further news, in a style utterly hijacked from Spoof.comwriter Abel Rodriguez, Brit comic (allegedly) Jim Davidson is poised to sign an agreement to present a documentary for a European consortium entitled:
More as we get it.