- Rebecca Ross
- 11 August 2010
This article is from 2010.
If his game is satire he keeps it well hidden
Simon Brodkin seems to have carved a niche for himself as mouthy chav Lee Nelson, and what’s not to love about him shouting, swearing and crotch-grabbing? The mind boggles. If you’re prone to a boggling mind, or are hot on sentence conjugation, this one is best avoided. The saving grace is Brodkin’s unrelenting affability, but if his game is satire he keeps it well hidden.
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