Frankie Boyle jokes Home Secretary Priti Patel ‘can orgasm imagining a slow puncture at sea’
Frankie Boyle joked that Home Secretary Priti Patel can ‘orgasm imagining a slow puncture at sea’ on his BBC comedy show.
Frankie Boyle’s New World Order has returned for its fourth series, and in its second episode on Thursday night, the Scottish star took aim at some of the government’s biggest figures.
The 48-year-old said: ‘We may have a Prime Minister who tragically looks after us as if we were his own children, but let’s not forget the terrible people he’s surrounded himself with.
‘Gavin Williamson, looks like every interview is a distraction from the serious business of Googling “does this dream make me gay”. Or Priti Patel, behaves like a candidate from version of The Apprentice where you want to work for Satan.’
He then described Labour leader Keir Starmer as someone who ‘looks like someone playing a Prime Mnister in an old Spice Girls video’, before saying: ‘We have an entire political class that demonstrate in Britain, you really can be whatever you want to be. Provided that you want to be some kind of c***.’
Boyle also described Dominic Cummings as ‘one of the most powerful drab little s***s in this tragic pastiche of a government’.
However, his most vicious jokes were saved for Patel, with Boyle calling her ‘one of the world’s most accomplished amateur bulls***ters’.
The show’s guests Sara Pascoe, Sophie Duker, Jamali Maddix and Jen Brister were then shown a clip from last year, in which Patel argued that the government couldn’t be blamed for child poverty.
She told BBC North West: ‘Well, it’s not the government, is it?
‘Everybody says it’s the government as if it’s this bland blob that you can just go and blame. I’s all parts of society and the structures, local authorities have a role to play, education, public services which are locally led and locally run.’
Boyle quipped: ‘The one woman in Britain who can orgasm imagining a slow puncture at sea.’
New World Order split opinion on social media, with some viewers loving the jokes about the government and racism, while others accused the show of being too ‘woke’.
As well as discussing the perceived failures of the government, Dane Baptiste joined the panel to talk about the Black Lives Matter movement and systemic racism.
Boyle said: ‘White Britishness detached from any sense of its history is really dangerous.
‘I don’t think white people in Britain understand the racial history of Britain, and they don’t want to.’
Frankie Boyle’s New World Order is available on iPlayer.
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