Local politician seeking reparation from Robert De Niro for Long Island joke

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Robert De Niro’s comedic try valid to be no shouting matter for one Long Island city in New York.

According to a New York Post, internal politician and optometrist Dr. Dean Hart is seeking an reparation from a 73-year-old actor for a fun his impression done in a film, patrician “The Comedian,” that recently became accessible on Netflix.

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The New York-born De Niro stars as Jackie Burke, a struggling comic who tells a throng during a stand-up set, “I looked adult Hicksville on Wikipedia. It pronounced ‘inbreeding’ and ‘crystal meth.’”

Hart, who is using for city clerk in circuitously Oyster Bay, wasn’t amused by a line.

“I’d like to see him contend that fun in a street,” pronounced Hart to a publication. “It competence not be too funny.”

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Hart was also job on residents to protest De Niro’s Tribeca Film Festival until he apologizes.

De Niro has not done an apology, though his repute Stan Rosenfield did have a summary for a New York Post.

“Sorry to disappoint, though Robert De Niro did not contend that,” pronounced Rosenfield. “The impression Robert De Niro portrayed in a film pronounced that since it was created in a script. Bob was only observant his lines.”

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