COMEDIAN Ricky Gervais says he will never censor what he wants to say and insists that not even the threat of arrest will stop him.
“I’m going to say what I think,” Ricky, 51, told us at the launch of his new show An Idiot Abroad 3, which begins on November 30 on Sky1 HD.
“Offence is relative. It’s not about right and wrong – it’s about feelings, so it’s hard to say someone is objectively wrong,” said Ricky, whose last big spat came last year when he used the term “mong” for those with Down’s syndrome.
“[Someone] can still be an idiot and say something horrendous but if they haven’t broken the law it’s a little bit weird. I don’t think being an idiot is against the law.
“Some people believe in ghosts and God and I think that’s very strange.”
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