A day after the former street busker poked fun at the Pope with a series of May Day jokes in front of 400,000 mostly young people, the Vatican indicated it was deeply unamused in a strongly worded article in its daily newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano. Accusing the comic of taking advantage of an "easily excitable crowd", the article warned that it considered his antics a dangerous affront.http://www.guardian.co.uk
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How many comedians does it take to infuriate the Vatican?
Italy now knows the answer to the joke "How many comedians does it take to infuriate the Vatican?" The answer is one, and his name is Andrea Rivera, although according to the Holy See he is not a comedian at all but a "terrorist", who could yet encourage Italians to take up arms against the church.