Furious license fee payers have called for the BBC to axe Mrs Brown's Boys amid the revelation some of its stars are part of a tax avoidance scheme.
The explosive Paradise Papers revealed yesterday that three stars of the hit sitcom allegedly piled some £2million into an offshore fund in Mauritius.
Actors Paddy Houlihan, Fiona O'Carroll and Martin Delany, have all been named as members of the scheme.
In light of the allegations, taxpayers took to social media to demand the BBC scrap the comedy - shortly after its makers celebrated their BAFTA success on Twitter.
Furious license fee payers have called for the BBC to axe Mrs Brown's Boys - and mocked the stars of the show
Fiona O'Carroll, who plays Maria Brown (far left), Paddy Houlihan who plays Dermot (second left) and Martin Delany, who plays Trevor (fifth from left with glasses) are named in the Paradise Papers. Mrs Brown's Boys star Brendan O'Carroll is not involved
Fiona O'Carroll - the daughter of the show's creator Brendan O'Carroll - who plays Maria and her husband, Martin Delany, who plays Trevor, are said to have diverted their money into the scheme.
Mr Houlihan, who plays Agnes Brown's son Dermot, joined the schem