David Cameron's pissed a lot of people off recently. It's common knowledge that after the whole Panama Papers incident the people of Britain are not happy.
So what should we do? Organise a massive protest? Yeah, done that. How about take the mick out of the fact he allegedly put his penis in a dead pig's mouth? Nah, it's been done.
Put him up on eBay as a used item and see how much we can get for him. GENIUS.
"Used Prime Minister. No longer needed. Needs a bit of TLC. No box or instructions.
"Buyer must collect. Seller not prepared to touch item. Pick up from central London, address will be supplied on completion of sale. Buyer must arrange own transport."
Nah but in all seriousness this is brilliant. Sadly, eBay got wind of it pretty quickly and took down the listing (booo) but not before the banter spread through Britain like the flu at Christmas.
The man responsible for the listing took to Twitter to vent his frustration at eBay removing the listing. The bidding had reached nearly £66k so no wonder he's pissed.
I've just lost out on £65,900 thanks to eBay removing my Cameron listing #ResignDavidCameron pic.twitter.com/9Ymb7ap9qk
- Mr Ethical (@nw_nicholas) 12 April 2016
Other people enjoyed it while it lasted..
Alright who put @David_Cameron up for sale on eBay?:joy: #DodgyDave #resigncameron pic.twitter.com/phJcfZSoLP
- Vay (@The__Vay) 11 April 2016
Somebody has listed David Cameron on eBay https://t.co/S9SHVrouhW pic.twitter.com/AdX6JlSL3m
- Mike Coulson (@mikecoulson48) 11 April 2016
Oh, Britain. You make me laugh.
Words by Mel Ramsay