Kiwi survives Graham Norton's red chair

Last updated 11:27 15/05/2014
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Kiwi Andy Rowe tells a story about his mate Dunc, a poop mishap and a lady with a German Shepherd.

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It was a proud moment for Kiwi Andy Rowe when he had Graham Norton and his audience in stitches.

The Methven man who is now based in London survived the British comedian's Red Chair segment where audience members can tell their story, but will be toppled out of the chair if the host isn't amused.

Watch Rowe's story that centres about his mate Dunc, a poop mishap and a lady with a German Shepherd.

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