'It's banned in other countries': Housos star Pauly Fenech headed to Mandurah with wild new show

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He is renowned for his politically incorrect humour in Housos and Fat Pizza and now Paul 'Pauly' Fenech is ready to set 'Straya' on fire again with his hit new show Aussie Thong Warrior.

Taking the comedy spectacular on the road down under, Fenech will hit the stage for one night only at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on May 14.

Fenech's alter-egos Pauly and Franky Falzoni will make an appearance in the show, which includes some of the comedian's standout elements of his hit TV series Deadly Down Under.

It's banned in other countries - we're the only good country left that will play my show.

Pauly Fenech

Promising plenty of laughs as well as crowd games, parody songs and never-before-seen multimedia footage, Fenech describes the show as a "bourbon-fuelled, bogan subwoofer bonanza of comedy".

In an exclusive interview with the Mandurah Mail, the crown prince of rude said his show was "fun, great and fully sick".

"It's banned in other countries - we're the only good country left that will play my show," Fenech said.

"We get people on stage, there's drinking games, there's a lot of other crazy stuff."

Now with five movies and over 50 hours of TV to his name, the prolific Aussie filmmaker, actor, director, producer and writer had dabbled in both live and recorded comedy shows.

But the Logie-award winner said he does favour the life of a travelling stand up comedian.

"The comedy show is like a one night stand, the TV show is like a relationship," he said.

"They're both good in different ways, you've got to like both of them.

"To be honest, if I had my preference, I would just do stand up because it's much more fun, it's crazy and I love moving around."

But when it comes to thongs, the main inspiration behind his new solo show, Fenech has some good advice on where to buy your next flip flops after years of person experience.

"Wherever is cheapest - could be the $2 shop, could be Kmart," he said.

"It depends on where they break and what's closest.

"But just in case you can't afford to buy new thongs when your plugger breaks, just get that clip from the bread and put that in and that will repair your broken plugger.

"It works like you wouldn't believe - every person wearing thongs in Australia should have one of those, like a spare tyre just in case."

Aussie Thong Warrior will perform at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on Tuesday, May 14 at 8pm.

There are limited VIP tickets for sale to meet Fenech and get a selfie with the star or get a favourite pair of thongs signed.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, call the Box Office on 9550 3930 or visit the MPAC website.