'Allo 'Allo! star Vicki Michelle has said she thinks Britain is in danger of having its sense of humour killed off by cancel culture.
Michelle, who played waitress Yvette in the classic sitcom, said she is shocked by some other comedy shows being edited or cut from streaming services over potentially offensive jokes.
She told the Daily Mirror: "Political correctness has gone ridiculous."
Adding that she thought "most people" would agree censorship has gone too far, she said it was important not to leave people "frightened" of offending others.
Michelle said: "The British have always had that ability to laugh at themselves and when you lose that where is the comedy? Where is the fun?
"I think we should retain our comedy. If you put it out to a general vote they'd say 'enough', let's not look too far into things and keep our sense of humour. People are so angry about everything."
Michelle also said that she thought 'Allo 'Allo! was "quite difficult at the beginning" because of its wartime theme, but said it wasn't written to offend and was well loved by viewers.
She said she thought people were becoming too serious and were too quick to be offended.
Michelle, who stars in radio sitcom Barmy Dale, is to be joined on the programme by her real-life daughter Lou, who will play her character's daughter.
Talking about their sense of humour, Lou said they often found different things funny because she was from a "different kind of era".
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