The British comedian was at Hong Kong International Airport during the protests on 13 August.
Hong Kong International Airport
BBC Radio 4
There has been a slew of companies who have had a bad week in Hong Kong, either having to apologise over how they've described the territory, like Versace, or reverse decisions on allowing their employees to protest, like Cathay Pacific.
Has this damaged Hong Kong's standing?
"Clearly the business community has a huge amount of concerns about the situation in Hong Kong," says Charlie Humphreys, director of corporate affairs at Asia House, which advises companies on how to conduct business in Asia.
Tourism and retail are hit.
It's still a big capital market, however, which will make it hard to ignore as a business centre in the region, he adds.
Pro-democracy protesters disrupt flights out of Hong Kong for the second day running
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Protesters clashed with police as demonstrations in the territory continued for a 10th week.