Greg Davies' guilty gift
Greg Davies was "forced" to buy his mother a jumper from Marks & Spencer as an apology after telling her to "f**k off" on 'Have I Got News For You'.
Greg Davies had to buy his mother a jumper to apologise for swearing at her on TV.
The 45-year-old comedian got in trouble with his mum when he jokingly told her to "f**k off" during an appearance on BBC quiz show 'Have I Got News For You', but he regretted his mistake and it later cost him financially when she "forced" him to buy her a gift to make up for his rudeness.
He said: "I did tell her to f**k off on 'Have I Got News For You'. She forced me to buy a Marks & Spencer's jumper to apologise."
It's not the first time Greg has mocked his mum as he also admitted drawing a picture of a person's manhood on her car when he was younger, which led her to suspect someone had a grudge against her.
He added to Nuts magazine: "I drew a c**k and balls on my mum's car when I was a teenager and she told my dad she was worried people in the town had a vendetta against her."