The Inbetweeners has been pulled from YouTube prompting speculation the comedy series is the latest to be axed over ‘offensive’ content.
The E4 show stars Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley and Blake Harrison as four teenage lads getting through life at their sixth form college.
The sitcom is known for its near-the-knuckle humour and crude jokes cracked by the awkward adolescents.
The series also features scenes of animal cruelty and an episode where a disabled woman is hit with a Frisbee.
Despite its popularity, the show’s YouTube channel which boasted 222,000 subscribers has now been taken down.
Fans have taken to social media to speculate if The Inbetweeners is the latest to be axed after BBC comedy shows Little Britain and Come Fly With Me were removed from streaming services over ‘offensive’ material.
“The Inbetweeners is one of the funniest comedies ever made. This is the world we now live in. Pathetic,” tweeted one outraged fan.
“This Inbetweeners isn’t meant to be offensive, it’s a perfect portrayal of life as a late teenager. If you can’t face reality, don’t watch it, simple,” added another.