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Chef Uses Photo Of Boris Johnson Next To Images Of 'British Tits' During Interview

Chef Uses Photo Of Boris Johnson Next To Images Of 'British Tits' During Interview

A chef in Newcastle managed to sneakily label Boris Johnson a 'British tit' during an interview on BBC. You can watch his crafty stunt here:

Max Gott, head chef and co-owner of the Bistro Forty Six in Jesmond, was appearing on the show to discuss new coronavirus rules that have been introduced in north-east England today (Wednesday), which prohibit different households from mixing indoors.

Max let his feelings about the PM be known, not through a scathing verbal tirade, but rather a subtle poster of British tits in the background.

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Alongside a blackboard listing gnocchi, lamb and pork dishes, a poster entitled 'British Tits' could be seen. On it, nestled among blue tits and long-tailed tits, was Johnson's mug.

And while it was quite a stealthy way of having a dig at Bo Jo, it did not go unnoticed by eagle-eyed, or tit-eyed, viewers:

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No doubt Max will be delighted with the response to his sneaky tit tactic, as he has been a frequent critic of Johnson on Twitter.

In one such tweet, he wrote: "Dear Boris Johnson. We are running at 40% capacity. Even if we are full 7 days a week we will not break even.

"Its physically not possible for us to make money under current guidance. We need help! You absolute weapon. Much love, Every independent restaurant."

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It comes after Johnson apologised yesterday for 'misspeaking' when asked to clarify north-east England coronavirus restrictions during a press conference.


Johnson initially said: "In the North East and other areas where extra tight measures have been brought in, you should follow the guidance of local authorities - but it's six in a home, six in hospitality but, as I understand it, not six outside."

Featured Image Credit: BBC

Topics: UK News, BBC, Funny, Boris Johnson

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