I’m not responsible for Les Dennis graffiti in Norwich – says Les Dennis
The comedian responded after the spray-paint tributes were highlighted on social media.
Comedian Les Dennis has denied being behind a series of graffiti messages bearing his name which has sprung up in Norwich.
The entertainer tweeted “it wasn’t me” after his name was spotted in brightly-coloured spray-paint on buildings.
And on Fishergate. pic.twitter.com/eWnZw915zf— Robert Warner (@realRobWarner) November 22, 2018
The 65-year-old Liverpool-born entertainer has presented the Family Fortunes gameshow and acted in Coronation Street.
He added his denial to a retweeted message from ITV Anglia journalist Rob Setchell which said: “REVEALED: #Norwich appears to be the canvas for bizarre graffiti tributes to @LesDennis. Several locations given the Les treatment. Has anyone else spotted one? Does anyone know who is behind the ‘SurreaLesm’ movement?”
It wasn’t me. https://t.co/Z6dHuxVm8m— Les Dennis (@LesDennis) November 22, 2018
Passers-by said on Twitter that they had spotted the graffiti on Fishergate and in St Benedict’s Street.