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Pilot Spots Giant 'F**k Boris' Mowed Into Field

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Pilot Spots Giant 'F**k Boris' Mowed Into Field

A pilot flying over a field between Buckingham and Gawcott has spotted the words ‘f**k Boris’ mowed into a field. Watch below:


Ben Davis, 42, captured a photo of the expletive message from the window of his microlight aircraft as he zoomed through the air.

He thinks the message was cut into the grass ahead of the British Grand Prix, which took place over the weekend.


People were dropped at the nearby Silverstone race circuit by helicopter, and Davis reckons whoever mowed the message was hoping it would be spotted by punters being ferried to and from the event. 

Davis explained: “Something caught my eye as I was lining up with the runway to land back at base after a day out to France. Someone has been creative with their mower in a field.

“I didn’t know it was there beforehand. A friend, who I was flying back with, had just landed ahead of me. I was lining up with the runway and it just caught my eye.”

He went on: “So I cancelled my approach and circled around the field. One theory was it was put there for the helicopter traffic, coming up from London for the British F1 at Silverstone. They would see it as we are very close to the circuit here.

A pilot has spotted the words ‘F**K BORIS’ mowed into a field. Credit: SWNS
A pilot has spotted the words ‘F**K BORIS’ mowed into a field. Credit: SWNS

"You hear of these things happening of late. My flying pals have been spotting fancy crop circles, but I don’t think this one was to do with aliens!"

Johnson has been at the centre of a political storm in recent days and has faced calls to resign. 

No.10 has seen numerous resignations this week, with the likes of Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid stepping down from their government roles. 


The resignations have left many wondering whether or not Johnson himself will step down, seen as the prime minister faced a vote of no confidence as recently as 6 June.

Sunak and Javid’s resignations come hot on the heels of the 'Partygate' scandal, which saw Johnson and Sunak fined for breaking coronavirus lockdown regulations as a result of parties held in 10 Downing Street.

Sunak tweeted his letter of resignation alongside the caption: "The public rightly expects government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously.


"I recognise this may be my last ministerial job, but I believe these standards are worth fighting for and that is why I am resigning. My letter to the Prime Minister below."

Javid similarly stepped down from his role and informed the UK of his resignation on the social media platform.

Featured Image Credit: SWNS

Topics: Boris Johnson, Politics

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