Roy Chubby Brown – the anorexic Middlesborough-born comic with the big helmet is back. He’s big, he’s bad and he’s bluer than you’ve ever heard him before. “How the F**K we managed to get this past the censors in a mystery to me” – says Chubbs in his tender, delicate manner. THE HELMET RIDES AGAIN is the ultimate comedy DVD, all new outrageous material plus a look at his very private life makes this the best ever. “Eeeh, you lucky b******s”.
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