Political and internet has a field day

ROB Schneider finally found something more offensive to audiences than “Deuce Bigalow.”

The comedian is under fire for tweeting to Rep. John Lewis over his protest against Donald Trump’s presidency. Lewis, a Georgia Democrat and legendary civil rights activist, said he refuses to attend Trump’s inauguration and told

Meet the Press

that the former reality star isn’t a “legitimate president.”

“Rep. Lewis,” Schneider, 53, tweeted on Monday — which was also Martin Luther King Jr. Day. “You are a great person. But Dr. King didn’t give in to his anger or his hurt. That is how he accomplished & won Civil Rights.”

Supporters of Lewis, 76, quickly sniped back at Schneider on Twitter.

“Shouts to you for making

The Hot Chick

Noll was arrested and charged over the assault of a bouncer in the early hours of Sunday morning outside the Crazy Horse Revue on Hindley Street in Adelaide’s CBD.

As more details of the incident emerged on Monday, witness Alastair Longmuir — who was outside the club when he saw the commotion happen — said the former Australian Idol star was “really aggressive”.

“He was yelling and screaming and being really aggressive,” the 19-year-old told AAP.

“He was saying, ‘I’m Shannon Noll. Let me back into the Crazy Horse’.” At some stage Noll allegedly punched a security guard and Mr Longmuir said it was at that point Noll was swiftly taken to the ground by guards before “four policemen pinned him down and took him away in a police car”.