Janey Godley had to move train seats after speaking to woman who read her book
Janey who has written the bestselling Handstands In The Dark about her tough childhood in the East End before embarking on comedy said the woman was ‘furious’ after she tried to speak to her about her reading material.
The comedian who has gone viral during lockdown with her voiceovers of Nicola Sturgeon’s briefings admitted she had to hide until she reached her stop.
She said: “Sat on a train to the Stand Newcastle, and a woman was reading my autobiography.
“I jokingly said ‘Oh I’ve read that, she dies at the end’ thinking she’d know it was me (WHY WOULD SHE?)…