Comedian Nick Helm has won the award for the best joke of the Edinburgh Fringe . The up-and-coming funnyman was given the prize by digital TV channel Dave, whose panel put a selection of their favourites to a public vote. He won for the joke: I needed a password eight characters long so I picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Last years winner, quick-fire joker Tim Vine, was beaten into second place by Helm. His gag was: Crime in multi-storey car parks... That is wrong on so many different levels. Veteran entertainer Paul Daniels won the wooden spoon for the worst joke of the festival. He won the dubious honour for his gag: I said to a fella 'Is there a B&Q in Henley? He said 'No, theres an H, an E, an N an L and a Y. The top ten in full 1) Nick Helm: I needed a password eight characters long so I picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. 2) Tim Vine: Crime in multi-storey car parks. That is wrong on so many different levels. 3) Hannibal Buress: People say 'Im taking it one day at a time. You know what? So is everybody. Thats how time works. 4) Tim Key: Drive-Thru McDonalds was more expensive than I thought... once youve hired the car... 5) Matt Kirshen: I was playing chess with my friend and he said, 'Lets make this interesting. So we stopped playing chess. 6) Sarah Millican: My mother told me, you dont have to put anything in your mouth you dont want to. Then she made me eat broccoli, which felt like double standards. 7) Alan Sharp: I was in a band which we called The Prevention, because we hoped people would say we were better than The Cure. 8) Mark Watson: Someone asked me recently - what would I rather give up, food or sex. Neither Im not falling for that one again, wife. 9) Andrew Lawrence: I admire these phone hackers. I think they have a lot of patience. I cant even be bothered to check my OWN voicemails. 10) DeAnne Smith: My friend died doing what he loved ... Heroin. ON