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Chris Biggins, Nazis and the EDL-supporting Daily Star’s Big Brother fantasy

by | 9th, August 2016

Helping readers spot Nazis and other far-Right loons is the Daily Star. The paper that once cheered for the EDL leads with a picture of erstwhile panto dame Chris Biggins, formerly of Celebrity Big Brother, dressed as a Nazi. Is this how he chillaxes at home?

No. This is his work gear. Says the Star:

Disgraced CBB housemate Biggins dresses as Nazi in unearthed video

RAUS!

Chris Biggins Nazi

 

The Star adds:

IN a story that keeps getting worse, Christopher Biggins once appeared on television dressed as a Nazi.

Biggins is now on par with – in no special order – Ricky Gervais, Ralph Fiennes, Roger Moore, Michael Fassbender, Alec Guinness, Michael Caine, Marlon Brando, Donald Duck and various actors on TV’s Dad’s Army. Biggins must be delighted. Who knew he could act so well?

Grainy footage has surfaced of the pantomime star appearing in sketch wearing a full Nazi uniform.

Oh, yes he did.

It couldn’t come at a worse time for Biggins, who was booted from the CBB house on Friday for making offensive comments towards X Factor star Katie Waissel.

Waissel should get a grip. Big Brother should stop being so censorious and killing its own show. Biggins should get some new material. Lest you missed the joke, Biggins (not a Jew) told Waisell (is a Jew) she had best be careful in the showers. Geddit?! If you did, you should like Jerry Sadowitz (is a Jew), who often starts his shows by telling the Jews to head to the shower blocks.

 An insider from the show told The Sun: “I was part of the crew in 1997 and we were filming a ‘joke’ gameshow called Vahalla or Bust as part of a BBC documentary. Biggins didn’t seem to mind dressing as a Nazi at all, and didn’t question the morality of it.”

Well, to take the piss out of Nazis, it can be useful to dress as one.

Now watch this.

 



Posted: 9th, August 2016 | In: Celebrities, Reviews, TV & Radio Comment | Follow the Comments on our RSS feed: RSS 2.0 | TrackBack | Permalink