The Christian owners of a Cornwall hotel who unlawfully refused to allow a gay couple a double room have appealed.
If they lose their appeal, I wonder if the gay couple might return for another visit, and if so, how might it play out ...
Peter Bull: May I say how pleased we are to have some homosexuals here now that we are all bound by the European Convention on Human Rights? I didn’t vote for it myself, quite honestly, but now that we’re in, I’m determined to make it work, so I’d like to welcome you all to Cornwall.
Steven Preddy: May we have two onion bhajis, please?
Peter Bull: Certainly! Why not, why not indeed? We are all friends now, eh? All in the double bedroom together, old sexual discriminations forgotten, and no need at all to mention sodomy. SORRY! Sorry. What was it again?
Martyn Hall: A prawn cocktail.
Peter Bull: Oh, prawn! That was it! When you said "prawn", I thought you said "bum sex". Oh, y— Oh, bugger! Oh, yes, completely slipped my mind! Yes, I'd forgotten all about it. Barrowman, Winton, and all that lot... Oh, yes, completely forgotten it, just like that. (He looks around for a moment in confusion.) Sorry. What was it again?
Martyn Hall: A prawn cocktail!
Peter Bull: Oh, yes, Derren Prawn. Yes, of course. And McKellen too, he's another one I can hardly remember them all.
Steven Preddy: And a Steak Pie!
Peter Bull: Stephen Fry, yes, yes, and, uh, Matt Lucas that was another one.