A Nightmare on Elm Street star Johnny Depp has mocked his infamous apology video to the great nation of Australia at a press conference in England.
The Mortdecai actor and his wife, Amber Heard, filmed an apology to Australia last month after Heard was given a $1,000, one-month good behaviour bond for smuggling her dogs into Australia in 2015.
Promoting the new film Alice Through the Looking Glass, Depp was asked about his dogs by a reporter and replied with a contemptuous apology to England for not smuggling his dogs into the UK as well.
"I really would like to ... I will do this everywhere I go. I would really like to apologise for not smuggling my dogs into England, because it would have been a bad thing to do," the Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides star muttered.
Depp then continued his apology, before trailing off as he spoke about Australians being chipper.
"Because the Australians ... Though chipper, and ... you know."