Thriller has gripped Norwich after graffiti studying “Les Dennis” appeared on a number of partitions throughout the town.



Les Dennis himself – the tv presenter, actor and comic, who comes from Liverpool – has denied spray portray his personal title.



“It wasn’t me,” Dennis wrote on Twitter.



The query as to who’s behind the graffiti and why the artist is writing “Les Dennis” in massive letters in public locations has generated bewilderment throughout Britain.





As curiosity within the riddle has grown, Dennis appeared on radio station LBC to invest over the ethics of the case.



As curiosity within the riddle has grown, Dennis appeared on radio station LBC to invest over the ethics of the case.


He mentioned: “It’s sort of loopy. I’m not condoning it in any respect, whoever it’s who’s doing this, I’m saying you shouldn’t be graffitiing public or personal areas.



“Nevertheless it appears to be that there’s a low-rent Banksy on the market who’s obsessive about my title.”



LBC host James O’Brien demanded proof the actor was harmless.



Dennis replied: “I promise it wasn’t me. You’ve acquired my phrase for it, that’s all I can provide.



“I do know the tune by Shaggy was referred to as It Wasn’t Me when it was him.



However he added: “I’m not being cryptic right here. It actually wasn’t me.”



Dennis additionally claimed he initially thought his title had been photoshopped onto the cathedral metropolis’s partitions when he first noticed photos on Twitter a number of months in the past.



It was solely as soon as he’d seen the proof for himself he realised it was actual. He additionally mentioned “one has turned up in north London exterior a block of flats.”



He additionally recommended the looks of his title in Norwich could possibly be “revenge” after he as soon as tweeted about among the metropolis’s uncommon road names.



“I really like Norwich. A few of my first summer time seasons in Nice Yarmouth had been the place I began off within the enterprise. I really like that space.” he mentioned.



One Norwich resident who didn’t need to be named advised The Unbiased he thought the graffiti was “distinctive”.



He joked: “Everybody’s speaking about it. There’s loads of chatter. It might be good to see Les given a ceremonial position given the eye he’s introduced the town. Honoured ultimately no less than. Possibly sheriff.”



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