No laughing matter

The Telegraph today reports a case of a stand-up comedian who has won a legal battle to refer to his divorce during his routine, something his ex-wife had tried to stop. You could say that she had tried to gag him from making gags about her. The Telegraph give some examples of the jokes he now intends to make and, judging by them, his audience may wish that she had succeeded.


  1. I agree, not very rib-tickling. At least he hsn't started on the divorce-lawyers ... yet.


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