Comedian pranks BBC news live on air
Urban dictionary defines ‘the helicopter’ as:
I helicoptered right in front of your mom.
After reading a BBC news report about a Ryanair flight that was forced to divert due to a rowdy stag do, comedian Darius Davies knew that despite not being on the flight, he had to give his side of the story – live on air – and explain how the stag pulled out his penis on a packed flight, and started twirling it around whilst shouting “I don’t care if we crash, I have a helicopter!”. All whilst trying not to burst out laughing. Watch possibly one of the greatest BBC news interviews ever.
Darius Davies will be at the Edinburgh comedy festival this year debuting his new show “Road to Wrestlemania”, the hilarious true tale about trying to become a pro-wrestler despite having zero athletic ability and no charisma. Road to Wrestlemania is on at The Gothic Room, Free Sisters pub at 6:15pm Aug 4-28.