BBC bosses cut Robbie Williams' naughty sex tale
A naughty tale Robbie Williams told during a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show has been cut from repeats and Internet footage after complaints from viewers.
The singer stunned fellow guests Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick with his anecdote on the show about a woman who pleasured him one morning while he was staying in a rented castle.
Robbie mistook the middle-aged lady for a cleaning lady, only to find out later she was local pub worker Maureen, who had wandered in to his bedroom as he slept and waited for him to wake up.
Williams, who was crowned the Brits Icon Award winner in London on Monday night (07Nov16), upset a lot of people with his outrageous masturbation story and now BBC bosses have cut the tale from future broadcasts of the show.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, Robbie explained that TV bosses removed the clip from the Internet after complaints from the public.
"They have taken it down, they have taken it off, because it's the BBC and there were complaints. I think there are MPs (Members of Parliament) asking questions," the Angels singer said.
Calling for executives to change their minds, Robbie added: "Free the Maureen!"
Williams admits the tale got mixed reactions from his parents, continuing: "My dad didn't say anything, but my mum sent me an email, like, five days later which was like, 'I saw you on Graham Norton, I thought you were very funny.'"
Robbie picked up his Icon Award during a gig at London's Troxy, where he reunited with his old Take That bandmates onstage for the first time in six years.
- Cover Media