It’s a long way down from the comedic genius of Monty Python’s “Sit On My Face” (above, mildly NSFW) to this:
Sex workers and campaigners have gathered in front of parliament to protest against changes to UK pornography regulations.
Organiser Charlotte Rose called the restrictions “ludicrous” and said they were a threat to freedom of expression.
Protesters say the list of banned activities includes “face-sitting”, and campaigners planned to carry out a mass demonstration of this while singing the Monty Python song Sit On My Face.
“These activities were added to this list without the public being made aware,” Charlotte Rose said. “They’ve done this without public knowledge and without public consent.
“There are activities on that list that may be deemed sexist, but it’s not just about sexism, it’s about censorship. What the government is doing is taking our personal liberties away without our permissions.”
There is absolutely nothing which political busybodies can’t and won’t suck all the fun out of.
(Hat tip, Glenn, who ought to be kicking himself for not going with Monty Python first!)