Comedian posts account of exchange with 'racist audience member'

A comedian has written an account of an incident where she apparently found herself exchanging words with a racist audience member.

 Janey Godley, a stand-up comedian, claims she was doing a gig at Wild Cabaret where she was MC-ing on 9 March when she asked a couple in the audience what they thought “the best thing about travelling through Scotland was”.

The man – whom Godley says was from Toronto – reportedly replied: “The lack of brown people.”

“I bark a laugh as obviously he’s joking and the woman goes bright red,” Godley wrote in a Facebook post. “People say s**t at a comedy club in knee

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