Movie theatre bosses in Ireland are warning BRUNO fans not to buy tickets if they're easily offended - because the film is "particularly vile".
Customers calling a recorded hotline for Diamond Screen in County Meath are told to think twice before coming to see the outlandish comedy, which stars Sacha Baron Cohen as a gay Austrian fashionista.
The warning says, "Bruno is particularly vile. It leads to a hell of a lot complaints. It will offend every prejudice in the book, believe me, so don't come on after and tell us how horrible it was."
It adds, "One or two have enjoyed it though."
And the message appears to have worked - a spokesperson for Diamond Screen says, "We haven't had any complaints yet."
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