ITV has decided not to commission a second series of comedian Dapper Laughs' show, following a series of complaints.
The broadcaster has received 29 complaints from the public since first airing and an online petition to stop a second series being commissioned has garnered over 50,000 signatories.
The petition accuses comedian Daniel O'Reilly, whose alter ego is Dapper Laughs, of a "misogynistic" attitude towards women that perpetuates "everyday sexism".
An ITV spokesman said:
We have given careful thought to the recent criticism of the character Dapper Laughs, which has focused on his activities outside of the ITV2 programme, whose content was carefully considered and complied. We have taken the decision that we will not be considering this show for a second series.
The man behind Dapper Laughs says he has killed off the character after his TV series was axed and his tour was cancelled.
The Dapper Laughs UK tour has been cancelled as the operator confirmed shows will not go ahead, amid widespread criticism and complaints.
More than 50,000 people have signed an online petition criticising comedian Daniel O'Reilly's alter ego for his 'misogynistic' attitude.