Rishi Sunak Lookalike 'Raving Rishi' Raves At Wayne Lineker's Ibiza Club
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The video shows the man dubbed 'Raving Rishi' wearing some black Versace shorts and sporting a pair of sunglasses with a signature Ocean Beach orange cup in his hand.
Very aware the camera is on him, he's pulled out his gun fingers as people made space for him and (what looks like) his pal on the dance floor.
The video was posted by Wayne in response to news that clubs in Ibiza will be able to open in April.
Wayne, 59, wrote on Instagram: "This is crazy right now. It’s literally going mad. People booking Ibiza flights, already getting full after today’s announcements."
He went on: "I’m nervous what’s gonna happen on the morning of the 31st jan when bed bookings open and events are announced for @obeachibizaI I told you 'this will be the summer of our lives'."
He then added the hashtags 'no restrictions', 'no masks', 'just party' and 'back to life' at the end of his post.
Commenting on the 12 second clip, one person wrote: "Rishi when Boris gets fired," another added: "Rishi Sunak living his best life."
A third said: "I thought it was Rishi Sunak," someone else agreed and tagged the Chancellor of the Exchequer saying: "I thought this was @rishisunakmp."
Another wrote: "Sunak Saturdays at OB."
Others are now calling on the bloke in the video to reveal himself and we couldn't agree more.
One wrote: "Omg I love this. This man needs to come forward - he’s a legend," while someone else couldn't help but name the dance moves 'the Rishi 2 step skank'.
The video comes after Sunak refused to give his unequivocal backing to Boris Johnson as the threat to the Prime Minister’s leadership grows over partygate allegations.
The potential successor as the Conservative party leader abruptly ended an interview when pressed if he gives his full support to the Prime Minister.
He instead said he believes Mr Johnson is telling the truth and backs his request for 'patience' during a Whitehall investigation by senior official Sue Gray.
Asked if the Prime Minister should resign if he lied to Parliament, Mr Sunak said: “I am not going to get into hypotheticals, the ministerial code is clear on these matters.”
Pressed on whether Mr Johnson had his unequivocal support, Mr Sunak swiftly broke off the interview, walking off with a microphone still attached.