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IrelandTommy Tiernan reported to the police for political jokes he made during Belfast show

13:00  13 march  2019
13:00  13 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Tommy Tiernan reported to the police for political jokes he made during Belfast show © Credits: Colin Keegan/Collins Agency

Tommy Tiernan was reported to the police for making political jokes during his new stand-up show Paddy Crazy Horse in Belfast last Sunday night.

The Navan comedian was performing at the Ulster Hall on March 10, where it's understood some members of the audience were unhappy with wisecracks he made.

Tommy Tiernan reported to the police for political jokes he made during Belfast show © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Tommy Tiernan Stand Up on TV3 Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) councillor Dale Pankhurst claimed he had been contacted by several people who said they had to leave the show due to the nature of the jokes.

He tweeted: "Received numerous calls from Unionists who had to get up and leave the Tommy Tiernan concert (actor in Derry Girls) in the Ulster Hall due to comments made regarding contentious issues. Understand some have asked for a PSNI investigation to be started."

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Tommy Tiernan joked about Arlene Foster as a cattle farmer. Tiernan was appearing on The Mark Patterson Show on Radio Foyle on Tuesday ahead of a series of gigs he plays in the Belfast -based newspaper News Letter reports that the BBC has since issued a statement of apology after the joke

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The PSNI told Independent.ie that they had received one complaint, however, the comments did not constitute a criminal offence.

It's not clear which exact jokes were reported.

Tommy Tiernan reported to the police for political jokes he made during Belfast show © Credits: Channel 4 Tiernan performed three sell-out shows in Belfast over the course of the weekend and is due to hold two more shows in Belfast in the Waterfront Hall on March 22 and in the Whitla Hall on March 29.

The promo for the Paddy Crazy Horse show reads: "Back on the road again Tommy Tiernan has a new show, Paddy Crazy Horse. He rants and raves, he dances and acts.

Tommy Tiernan reported to the police for political jokes he made during Belfast show © Credits: Tony Kinlan Tommy Tiernan in Dublin's The Sugar Club "He tries to be very silly and very serious at the same time.

"He mixes a love of comic rebellion and a refusal to be conscripted into a rational view of the world with a deep grá for talking and the poetry of everyday speech.

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Tommy Tiernan : Made joke on Radio Foyle about Arlene Foster. The comments made by Tiernan , which were broadcast during Mark Patterson’s Radio Foyle DUP East Derry MP Gregory Campbell told the News Letter he believed the nature of some of the language appeared to be “excessive”.

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Tommy Tiernan reported to the police for political jokes he made during Belfast show © G. McDonnell / VIPIRELAND.COM Tommy Tiernan at The Ray Darcy Show, RTE, Dublin, Ireland "Using high theatricality and lots of dirty words, this is a fast paced and exuberant celebration of everything that’s wild, wrong and wonderful about being alive right here, right now.

"It is by turns clever and then really stupid."

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