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Sausage role

A reporter from sister title Employee Benefits found himself in a particularly compromising position in front of a packed-out Hammersmith Apollo last week.

The unsuspecting Kiwi was sitting innocently in the third row laughing at a performance of Little Britain Live when he caught the eye of David Walliams or shall we say ex-childrens’ TV star Des Kaye.

Kaye proceeded to drag him on stage where, under the guise of a game called Find the sausage, he prodded him with a salami then undressed him to find it again. The game ended uncomfortably with Walliams pinning Mr Employee Benefits to the stage floor (he wasn’t

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