Actor-director-writer Ricky Gervais, who has written and directed the British tv mockumentary sitcom `The Workplace`, has banned his viewers from having ice of their drinks, studies Mirror.co.uk.
The rationale? Properly, it`s one thing that disturbs his efficiency on a microscopic degree. The comedian reckons the clinking of the cubes in individuals`s glasses interrupts the movement of his stand-up exhibits.
In accordance with Mirror.co.uk, the ban was in drive as Ricky, 61, examined out gags at London`s Leicester Sq. Theatre in preparation for taking his new present on the street. `The Workplace` star, who is claimed to have one other Netflix particular within the works, drew grumbles from followers together with his quirky ban.
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An viewers member joked: "He`s a perfectionist, however he wants to relax out." In one of many exhibits, the sharp-tongued comedian turned on somebody he noticed nibbling a snack in his seat, snapping: "Didn`t have your dinner?" Turning to the viewers, he then stated: "He`s having a f***ing picnic!"
Ricky has already hit the headlines for recruiting his personal workforce of bodyguards for the exhibits after fellow comic Dave Chappelle and writer Salman Rushdie have been each attacked on stage.
The `After Life` creator bolstered his safety element to guard him whereas he checks new materials on the Soho theatre - which is so small that members of the viewers sit just some ft away from the performers.