UK PM Boris Johnson admits his `naughtiest sin`

Elias Hubbard
December 9, 2019

Boris Johnson did acknowledge he'd accomplished much worse but instructed the Sky Knowledge Sophy Ridge On Sunday programme he did no longer must order what that used to be.

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The same question brought one of the stand-out moments of the 2017 election campaign when Theresa May said her naughtiest moment was running through fields of wheat on local farms when she was growing up. Judging from social media reactions, basically nobody believes the prime minister. "You need to interrupt this now!" he tells them.

After some protests, Mr Johnson replied: "I did promise to think about it but I have been so busy trying to get Brexit done. What you said was the naughtiest thing that I was prepared to admit..." "Sophie. I'm going to have to come up with".

"Come on folks help me out here!" he asked his advisers.

The Conservative Celebration chief stated: 'I feel I might perchance per chance also merely in most cases, how can I set this, I might perchance per chance also merely in most cases when I used to be riding a bicycle on on each day foundation foundation - which I broken-the overall manner down to realize - I might perchance per chance also merely in most cases own no longer constantly obeyed the legislation about biking on the pavement.

The Sky News broadcaster, rather incredulously, replied: "The naughtiest thing you've ever done is to cycle on the pavement?"

"From lying to the Queen to insulting single mothers, Boris Johnson has done far naughtier things than cycling on the pavement", he said. He later acknowledged to Ridge that illicit cycling was in fact not the naughtiest thing he'd ever done, but simply the naughtiest thing he was prepared to admit to.

Johnson returned to parroting lines about Brexit as the excruciating moment wrapped up.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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