Outspoken Neo-Nazi Paul Craig Cobb got some shocking news on a British talk show this week: He's 14 percent black.
Cobb, 61, who made headlines worldwide for trying to take control of a North Dakota town, submitted to a live DNA test on "The Trisha Show," the United Kingdom's version of "Oprah." The results were read to him during a taping in front of a studio audience, according to the U.K.'s Daily Mail newspaper
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"Eighty-six percent European and," Trisha Goddard said, then paused for effect, "14 percent sub-Saharan African!"
As the audience cheered, Cobb protested.
"Wait a minute, wait a minute, hold on, just wait a minute," he said. "This is called 'statistical noise.'"
"Sweetheart, you have a little black in you," Goddard said.
"Listen, I'll tell you this, oil and water don't mix!"
Goddard, who is black, rose, and motioned for a fist-bump with Cobb, whom she called "bro."
In a Monday interview with the Bismark Tribune, Cobb said he regrets being "guileless" enough
to think the Ancestry by DNA test was scientific, and said he will conduct up to three other DNA tests.
He told the paper that he will make those results public.
"I had no idea or I wouldn't have gone and done that and I still don't believe it," Cobb told the Tribune. "I'll find out with real science and get the whole DNA map."
Bobby Harper, a black man who lives in the Leith, N.D., town with Cobb, told the paper that he found the results amusing.
"I knew there was one other black person in town," Harper told the Tribune. "Is he going to want to kick his own self out of town and discriminate against himself?"
This episode of "The Trisha Show," by NBC Universal, is scheduled to air Nov. 18.
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