A low moment Michael McIntyre details awkward run-in with Amazon delivery man

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Michael McIntyre appeared on The Johnathan Ross Show, in scenes set to air tonight, and discussed one of his many “low moments”. One of them includes the time he had an awkward run-in with an Amazon delivery man. 

So I opened the door, went straight past him and I started posing behind him. He ignored me, took a picture of the box and walked off. 

Michael McIntyre

The 45-year-old recalled the awkwardness of being a well-known person, and always expecting people to notice you. 

He said: “Amazon were doing the thing where they need to take a photo with the door open. 

“He said, ‘I need to take a photo.’

“I thought, ‘That’s a rude way of asking for a selfie but it’s been so long’.”

“So I opened the door, went straight past him and I started posing behind him. He ignored me, took a picture of the box and walked off. 

“One of the many low moments,” he added. 

Michael also detailed a variety of other interesting and humorous everyday experiences he encounters on a day-to-day basis. 

One of these stories included an anecdote about noisy neighbours, and the the role host Jonathan unknowingly played.

He said: “(The neighbours) would have sex with each other, every Friday night after the completion of Friday Night with Jonathan Ross. We had very thin walls.

“I could hear them watching the same thing. The TV would go off and they’d start up. 

“No other day of the week… sex, only, Friday night, as soon as your show ended!” 

Michael also spoke of life as a famous person, saying that he enjoys the gift of being well-known, but he didn’t like the lack of attention he got during lockdown. 

He also added that his family don’t find him funny. 

He said of them that their thoughts about his comedy and humour changes on a regular basis. 

The comedian commented: “This is something I learnt when we lived together so intensely.

“One day they were properly giggling, I’m doing impressions, on a roll, it was like being back at The O2. 

“Then I stopped making jokes, but they kept laughing… something’s up here. 

“Through the tears of laughter, my son said, ‘Dad, your ball’s hanging out!’ So, tough times.” 

Michael wasn’t the only guest to appear on The Johnathan Ross Show this week. 

He was joined by Ed Sheeran, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds, Aisling Bea, Rob Delaney and Fatiha El-Ghorri. 

The Jonathan Ross Show airs tonight at 9.30pm on ITV and ITV Hub. 

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