Viwers Outraged As They Accuse Peter Kay Of Being Homophobic On 'Strictly'
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Peter Kay has been accused of being a homophobe after making a questionable joke during his appearance on Strictly.
As he read out terms and conditions of voting, Kay improvised a skit with TV personality, Judge Rinder.
Check out the video and let us know what you think... (we've summarised the video below if you don't fancy watching it though. Love you.)
After reading part of the phone vote information wrong, he moved over to the other side of Claudia Winkleman, saying: "Let me say hello to this fella. He's fantastic, this fella."
He then grabs Rinder for a hug before jumping up and shouting: "Hey, steady!"
Everyone started pissing themselves, as he then followed it up with: "Watch it, me lad! Watch it, me lad! This case is firmly closed!"
He then moved back to the other side of Claudia, but continued the joke by saying 'steady' and pointing at Rinder.
Many viewers were pissed off as they believe that he was pushing the negative stereotype that gay men are 'predatory'.
Did Peter Kay really do a "backs against the wall" joke at Judge Rinder?!!!!!!! #Strictly- Jim Sangster (@Monster_Maker) 19 November 2016
A lot of people have said how much Judge Rinder was pissing himself so he mustn't have been offended. Well, that's kind of up to him to say. We're still waiting for him to speak out.
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Topics: Peter Kay