An unearthed clip of Noel Clarke has recently resurfaced online which shows the actor using a microphone as a rude prop while on stage.
In the short clip, the Doctor Who star is on stage with some of his co-stars from the show for a fan Q&A session. While on stage Noel, 45, makes a joke about John Barrowman exposing himself – something the Dancing On Ice judge had apologised for prior.
Using his microphone as a suggestive prop, Noel taps the mic on his co-stars Camille Coduri and Annette Badland.
The actor then said: "For the record, any men out there, do not try that at work. You will be fired and possibly go to jail."
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Kidulthood protagonist Noel has been the centre of numerous allegations this week, after an investigation from The Guardian claimed he was involved in bullying and sexual misconduct with 20 women.
Though the star has strongly denied any wrongdoing or sexual misconduct, he has since apologised for his actions.
In a statement to PA News Agency on Friday, Noel said: "I vehemently deny any sexual misconduct or criminal wrongdoing.
"Recent reports however have made it clear to me that some of my actions have affected people in ways I did not intend or realise.
"To those individuals, I am deeply sorry. I will be seeking professional help to educate myself and change for the better."
Since The Guardian report was released earlier this week, Bafta who recently crowned him with the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award opted to suspend his membership and shelve his prize.
On Friday, ITV decided to pull the final episode of drama Viewpoint but the programme will be available on ITV Hub for two days.
Speaking on the situation, an ITV spokesperson said: "ITV has a zero-tolerance policy to bullying, harassment and victimisation and robust procedures in place to investigate and deal with any complaints. We strongly believe that everyone deserves to work in a supportive and safe environment.
"In light of the very serious nature of the allegations against Noel Clarke raised by 20 women in the Guardian's report, ITV has decided it is no longer appropriate to broadcast the final episode of the drama Viewpoint on ITV main channel this evening.
"We are mindful that some of our viewers have already invested four hours of their time over the past four nights in following this thriller which was due to conclude this evening, and they have yet to see the final episode.
"As such, we plan to make it available on ITV Hub tonight for a limited time for any viewers who wish to seek it out, and watch its conclusion."
Sky also took a similar route to ITV and announced they will be suspending filming on their police drama, Bulletproof in which Noel stars.
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