Monty Python stalwart, John Cleese, has found himself being called a racist after recent comments claiming “London isn’t English anymore”.
But local residents of the Island of Nevis, where John Cleese lives, complain his presence is making the Island more Pythonesque.
“This used to be a lovely place. Very laid back and relaxed. Now you can’t move for people performing silly walks, picking up dead parrots and shouting ‘I wish to make a complaint’ at every opportunity”, stated one resident who wished to remain anonymous, so the author of this piece doesn’t have to think up a fictional name.
Cleese moved to the Island of Nevis in December 2018
“At first we didn’t notice too much influence, but by January we saw the first signs.”, stated Governor General, Dennis Michael Morton, “Due to an abundance of coconuts, it wasn’t long before local residents were spotted pretending to ride a horse, whilst banging two halves of a shell together. By Easter, we had individuals parading around in Roman Centurion costume, perfecting the grammar of the local graffiti artists. It’s been terrible, In anticipation, we’ve already advised all Spanish waiters not to visit us this summer. It’s for their own safety”
Cleese tweeted “Nevis has excellent race relations, a very well educated population, no sign of political correctness, no sign of Rupert Murdoch, conscientious lawyers, a relaxed and humorous life style, a deep love of cricket, and a complete lack of knife crime. And, of course,”
“…..a very generous tax regime.”
The 79-year-old comedian, supported the Leave campaign in the 2016 European Union referendum.
“Supporting Leave was an easy decision to make. Especially when you don’t live in the UK and all your money is squirrelled abroad”, added the zany funster