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An ambulance arrived a short time later and took Mr. Morgan to a hospital. He was released a day later.

The hospital found no drugs or alcohol in Mr. Morgan’s system, Mr. Kay said.


British lawmakers want action on Leno joke

British lawmakers say Prime Minister David Cameron should complain to the United States over a Jay Leno routine that joked about the holiest site in the Sikh religion.

In a motion published at Parliament on Thursday, two legislators said Mr. Leno had shown a complete misunderstanding of the Sikh faith.

Mr. Leno made a joke Jan. 19 on the “Tonight Show” when he showed a photo of an impressive gold building and said it was Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s summer home.

The site was actually the Golden Temple, a revered Sikh site.

British opposition Labor Party lawmakers Virendra Shrama and John McDonnell proposed a motion demanding that Mr. Cameron call on the U.S. to show more respect toward Sikhs. The move does not compel Mr. Cameron to take any action.

• Compiled from Web and wire service reports.