Mick Molloy threatens to cancel Adelaide show Frontbar after blasting ‘stupid, stupid’ South Australian MP for his very innocent banter on the hit show
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Comedian Mick Molloy has quietly threatened to cancel his Adelaide show at the Front Bar after a ‘stupid, stupid’ politician slammed a joke he made about smuggling fruit into the state to celebrate the AFL’s inaugural rally tour.
Molloy, Andy Maher and Sam Bang plan to record their hit show from Adelaide Oval next month – but the move has not gone down well in the South Australian Parliament.
Molloy announced last week how excited he was to make the trip to Adelaide.
“Keep it under your hat,” Molloy joked, “there may be some warrants pending for my arrest there.”
I love to travel to South Australia. I’ll get the fruit in my trunk anyway, so it’s a good excuse to watch some football, too.
Comedian Mick Molloy has quietly threatened to cancel his Adelaide show at the Frontbar after a politician took one of his jokes the wrong way.
Mick Molloy, 56, Andy Maher, 58, and Sam Pang, 49, plan to make their batting showing at the football from Adelaide Oval next month – but that’s in jeopardy due to a harmless muzzle
SA Best MP Frank Bangalow did not see the funny side of Molly’s remark and slammed the comedian in parliament for “light laughter at border biosecurity controls”.
He told his fellow MPs “Mick can be a funny guy, but he seems to have dropped the ball over the consequences of a thoughtless joke”.
Should others take it literally and bring fruit into their car boots and subject our state to another costly fruit fly outbreak, jeopardizing our fruit fly-free status?
Very strict laws prevent vegetables and fruits from being transported to South Australia in an effort to protect the state’s massive horticultural industry.
Molloy hit back on Thursday, saying he would not apologize for the statement “because it’s a joke and I’m a comedian” as he called Bangaloo’s argument “stupid and stupid.”
He said on Triple M. Mick & MJ in the morning Displays.
“I think it was a quiet news day in Adelaide, that’s my official comment.
“Look, you know what, I haven’t been there in a while. In fact I haven’t been there since Crazy Horse.” [strip club] It has been closed.
SA politician Frank Bangalow (center in the photo) didn’t see the funny side of Molly’s remarks
An online poll was conducted by the Adelaide Advertiser which showed that three-quarters of people thought Molloy was just a joke
‘See if the weight of opinion in Adelaide is that they don’t want me to come, [Front Bar] The offer will not go.
I find this a stupid and stupid argument. I don’t know if [Mr Pangallo] He seeks attention and feels like everyone there is downright silly.
But I’m happy not to be distracted from what should be a great weekend and celebration of football. But I find the whole thing a little stupid.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be deported, stopped at the border, or turned around at the airport – again.
An online poll was conducted by the Adelaide Advertiser which showed that three-quarters of people thought Molloy was joking.
The tragic Richmond Tiger disaster thanked the Adelaideans who took part in the survey, saying he had “always believed” in them.
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