Peter Kay in furious bust-up with 'a**hole' heckler as he gets him THROWN OUT of comedy show

Peter Kay ejected a fan from his comedy show after he was heckled on stage
Peter Kay ejected a fan from his comedy show after he was heckled on stage
Peter Byrne
Georgina Cutler

By Georgina Cutler

Published: 09/01/2023

- 09:48

Comedian Peter Kay throws out ‘annoying’ fan after he’s heckled on stage

Peter Kay dismissed a heckler from his comedy show this weekend after the fan interrupted his performance.

The comedian was on stage at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool on Saturday when a person in the crowd allegedly asked for an autograph from their seat.

In videos Kay is seen referring to the heckler as an “a**hole” after they were removed from the arena.

Peter Kay on stage outside Buckingham Palace during the Diamond Jubilee Concert.
The comedian kicked out the heckler after he loudly asked for an autograph
Ian West

Kay said in the clip: “Oh, it’s all kicking off here. He’s a bit of an a******e. He’s a bit annoying.”

He added: “I like a laugh – I’m a comedian – but I can tell all them people round there are getting a bit nowty now. He likes the limelight. I know I do, but I’m on stage.”

In December last year, Kay announced more tour dates following a huge demand for tickets.

The extra dates were added after he returned to the stage following a 12-year break.

Fans at the show took to social media to address the moment the heckler was escorted out.

Sue Lindsay wrote on Twitter: “@peterkay_co_uk absolutely top entertainment at the M&S Bank Arena last night. Expert way of dealing with a k***head heckler as well, think 13,000 people were glad to see him escorted out.”

Peter Kay.
Peter Kay returned to the stage after a 12-year break
Yui Mok

Another fan, Sally Marston, tweeted: “@peterkay_co_uk Saw you tonight [at the] @MandSBankArena & I can honestly say, I laughed, cried & felt every emotion possible. You are so talented & so glad you got rid of the heckler. Please continue being you.”

Kay was greeted with a standing ovation at Manchester’s AO where his tour kicked off, which left him emotional.

He told the audience: “I love you too, in ways you’ll never know. I’ve been looking forward to this for five years.”

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