A Man With Three Buttocks is a sketch that appears in the second episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus, "Sex and Violence."


An interviewer (John Cleese) speaks with Mr Arthur Frampton (Terry Jones), a man with three buttocks, but as he begins the interview, he says various terms for buttocks until Frampton understand that he wants to speak about his "bum." The interviewer and the programme's crew try to get a look at Frampton's three cheeks, but he refuses. As proof that his claim is true, he cites that his cycling partner, Arthur Figgis (Graham Chapman), has seen his backside.

An announcer (Eric Idle) introduces the man with three buttocks and the interviewer starts the interview again until he realizes that they already did it.

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