Should we cut the smut ... or just give in to the giggles?
FORMER First Minister Alex Salmond was criticised last week following a filthy gag he made at his Fringe chat show.
The joke referenced several female politicians, including Nicola Sturgeon, who said the gag belonged “in the Benny Hill era”.
Salmond, however, laughed off the comments.
But should dirty jokes like these – and smut in society – be a thing of the past?