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I'm going to assume that being a lookalike has many ups and downs.
I've seen plenty of stories about lookalikes being able to pull girls, get free drinks or be asked for autographs, but I guess that doesn't happen when you look like Boris Johnson.
Boris has been at the forefront of political media recently after his Leave campaign prevailed and then he decided not to stand for Tory party leadership.
More importantly, his hair has been at the forefront of political comedy for the majority of his tenure thanks to his disgraceful barnet.
Drew Galdron, who looks like Boris, has been scared to leave his house and has resorted to wearing a T-shirt in public that says he is not Boris Johnson.
Drew has actually been working as a double for Boris since 2007, but has since said he has become somewhat of a recluse after the former mayor of London helped Britain leave the European Union, according to the Mirror.
Speaking to the Daily Star, Drew said: "In the past few weeks I've become very concerned about drawing attention to myself.
"I get people muttering things under their breath when they walk past me, which is upsetting.
"I'm honestly worried to leave the house as I'm scared of what people could do. I have to think twice every time I want to go out as I can't always expect the public to be respectful. People are yelling things at me and trying to take pictures, but at the minute I'm worried something more serious could happen.
"The similarities stop at our looks. I like his personality, but I don't agree with his politics."
I'd say that it's not really a good time to look like Boris, but, to be quite honest, has there ever been a good time to look like Boris?
Featured image credit: Reuters
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