Joe Lycett releases mocked up Sue Gray report into Downing St parties

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Joe Lycett penned a made-up version of Sue Gray's report. (PA)
Joe Lycett penned a made-up version of Sue Gray's report. (PA)

Joe Lycett has penned his own light-hearted version of Sue Gray’s report into the alleged Downing Street lockdown parties.

The comedian shared his hilarious report on social media, as the UK awaits Gray’s findings.

He joked: “BREAKING: Leaked Sue Gray report reveals shocking abuse of the rules. Hard to see how the PM can cling on after this.”

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Lycett’s parody had seven points under the heading: “A summary of my main findings.”

It said there was a "culture of COVID-19 regulation rule breaking at Number 10 Downing Street” and that “games were played which were known as Slow Dance and Pass The A******”.

Another point in the mock report said that at one bash a senior minister “insisted all cabinet ministers get onto a table and perform 'Pure And Simple' by Hear’Say”.

The TV star finished by saying any queries should be directed to him at ItsAllSueGravyBaby@aol.com.

Lycett also shared a screenshot of text messages which he said were from someone who works for a cabinet minister.

The messages claimed the comedian’s made-up report had been seen as a real leak by some.

Joe Lycett during the filming of the Graham Norton Show at BBC Studioworks 6 Television Centre, Wood Lane, London.
Fans were amused by Joe Lycett's joke. (PA)

Fans thought the whole thing was hilarious.

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One person on Twitter told Lycett to "keep up the good work", saying that the joke was "genuinely funny".

Another posted: "That is epic. Almost believable, but obviously a joke."

"You legend," said another, while one said it was "comedic brilliance".

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