Comedian Lee Nelson mocks Carlos Tevez after court hearing

Lee Nelson arrives at the Loaded Lafta awards on March 7, 2013
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BBC comedian Lee Nelson, real name Simon Brodkin, mocks Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli after receiving a caution from the court for invading Goodison Park.

BBC comedian Lee Nelson, real name Simon Brodkin, mocked Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli following his court hearing for invading the Goodison Park pitch.

The stand-up comic was charged by police for posing as his footballer alter-ego Jason Bent in a Manchester City kit during the Premier League champions' warm-up ahead of their 2-0 defeat to Everton last month.

While the court issued Brodkin with a conditional caution, the comedian joked after the hearing by thanking Tevez for his support and unbuttoned his shirt to reveal a 'Why Always Bent?' T-shirt, which mirrors Balotelli's famous 'Why Always Me?' shirt.

Brodkin, who is a qualified doctor, was also banned from attending football matches until the end of the season.

Lee Nelson arrives at the Loaded Lafta awards on March 7, 2013
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