Prime Minister could have survived if his trousers hadn't fallen down
While attempting to land another flimsy zinger instead of answering questions in the House of Commons last Wednesday, the Prime Minister's pantaloons collapsed. Highly respected political analysts suggested it was all part of the old BoJo the Clown routine. But a junior minister confirmed that he'd recently had a quick release mechanism installed.
A Downing Street spokesman still being paid to defend the indefensible said, 'The Prime Minister has certainly not had the Insta-Debag 3000 system installed at great taxpayer expense. And he most definitely is not an absent-minded scruffball who'd forgotten to take his belt out of the dressing up box before PMQs. He was deliberately mooning a disloyal party colleague while at the dispatch box.'
Or, as one backbencher put it, 'That's one way to crack the whip.'
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