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Thursday, September 08, 2011

Nanny Bans Guitar George

My commiserations to Guitar George (a music act who sings and plays the guitar whilst riding a unicycle) who has found himself on the wrong end of Nanny.

For why?

GG had been expecting to appear on Sky 1's "Don’t Stop Me Now" (a talent contest where everyone in the audience trys to prove that they are a superstar, and where unsuccessful acts are ejected from the show via trap doors, horizontal bungees and exploding stages).

However, he was told by Sky that he could no longer perform his act on the show because of health and safety issues.

This being a show where they have "exploding stages"!

I am lost for words!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. You couldn't make it up!

  2. Probably because he doesn't wear a helmet?

    "...about six days ago I got an email from Sky 1 saying that the stage will be nine feet off the ground and that they were really sorry but I could no longer be on the show for health and safety reasons.” [Norwich Evening News]

    I wonder if ALL of the acts will come under this somewhat bizarre interpretation of the "Working at HeightsRegs"?

  3. Disgusted, Tunbridge Wells5:54 PM

    Anyone around at the time (I was!) might care to cast their mind back to a Top of the Pops show sometime in 1968 in which Arthur Brown performed "Fire" live with a bowl of burning petrol on his head.

    Wonder what today's 'Elf'n'safety Gestapo would have made of that?