Funny man Stephen Colbert seems a little sensitive about his height. Check out Google’s hilarious reply to his jokingly threats.
When Stephen Colbert did his daily stalk of himself, he discovered an upsetting error – he was too short.
Searching the internet for his own height, the political satirist found that Google listed him as being 5ft 10ins, one inch shorter than he is in real life.
The 50-year-old host used his own talk show as platform to jokily threaten Google and it’s CEO Larry Page with severe reprisals if his height-issue was not addressed.
Addressing Mr Page directly, Colbert demanded ‘a retraction, an investigation, an apology and a substantial cash settlement.’
He joked that he wanted the 5’11 glory he shares with Brad Pitt and Russell Crowe, rather than share ‘the stale air’ of the (5ft10in) Johnny Depp.
‘All I want is the height I deserve. And I fought for every inch, and no one, but no one, is taking that away from me. Especially not Larry Page, who according to Google, is 5’11’.’