Viewers Get A Glimpse Of Full-Frontal Nudity On Last Night’s Sean Micallef’s Mad As Hell

Viewers Get A Glimpse Of Full-Frontal Nudity On Last Night’s Sean Micallef’s Mad As Hell
B&T Magazine
Edited by B&T Magazine



Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell surprised viewers last night with a glimpse of male nudity.

In fairness, the episode is rated M, with a warning for coarse language and nudity. B&T‘s a safe-for-work publication, so the eggplant addition is ours, not the ABC’s.

The shot came during a skit about defamation with comedian Francis Greenslade.

When Micallef asked if they could discuss the ABC’s censorship rules, a man in his full, authentic birthday suit entered the stage and said that Ita Buttrose – the ABC’s chair – “wants to wind the segment up now”.

Last night’s ep received a load of praise on Twitter (though not explicitly for the nudity).

If you’re particularly curious, it’s timestamp 14’35” of the June 2nd episode.




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