A large cordon has been placed around the general funster, annoying car insurance salesman, and professional arse, James Corden in Derby city centre, for the “safety of the public”.
A wide area of fencing, described by council leaders as an exclusion zone, has been placed around the so-called entertainer in the Market Square.
His fan has said it’s an embarrassment and that an exclusion zone makes no sense. A representative for the council claims that the fencing is there “simply for insurance purposes and to enable everybody to view Mr Corden at a safe distance”.
On social media, some people have described the situation as “disgusting” and that it would be better not to have an exclusion zone or even a James Corden on public view.
A spokesman for James Corden, Harry Barnes, said: “We all want to bask in the heavenly glow emanating from James’ arse, but our number one priority is the safety of the public, which is why the council has decided to erect fencing around him.
The council has refused to comment on an incident last year when two teenage boys were injured after climbing up an unstable Rob Brydon, who caused thousand of pounds worth of damage when he fell into the Derby’s Market Place on a busy Saturday in December.