It has been revealed that Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson was the driver behind the wheel when a car rammed into Downing Street. It seems the ex-PM couldn’t resist the urge to relive his glory days, even if it meant causing a little chaos along the way.
Eyewitnesses were left in a state of bewilderment as they watched the car hurtling towards the iconic street, seemingly unstoppable. Many onlookers couldn’t help but scratch their heads, wondering why on earth the driver seemed so familiar. It wasn’t until the dust had settled, and the vehicle came to a halt, that the truth was finally unveiled—none other than Boris Johnson himself, wearing his trademark disheveled blond hair and that unmistakable mischievous grin.
As the news of Johnson’s unexpected escapade spread like wildfire, reactions poured in from all corners of the political spectrum. Rishi Sunak, the current Prime Minister who succeeded Johnson last year, expressed his disbelief at the revelation. “I thought I had enough on my plate with the economy and Brexit, but now I have to worry about Boris crashing cars into government buildings? This is getting out of hand,” Sunak was reported as saying.
While some speculated that the incident may have been an elaborate political stunt, others couldn’t help but wonder if Johnson was simply feeling nostalgic for his time in power. After all, it’s not every day that one gets to drive a car into Downing Street, especially when you’re no longer the one calling the shots.
Downing Street officials were quick to downplay the incident, assuring the public that the ex-PM’s joyride was nothing more than a harmless prank gone wrong. “Mr. Johnson wanted to relive the good old days, but perhaps he got a bit carried away,” said a spokesperson. “Rest assured, there was no danger to anyone, apart from a few broken flower pots and startled security guards.”
Meanwhile, social media erupted with memes and jokes at Johnson’s expense. One user quipped, “Breaking News: Boris Johnson finds new career as a stunt driver. Fast and furious, but not always in the right direction.” Another tweeted, “Maybe it’s time to revoke his driver’s license and stick to bicycles, Boris.”
Johnson, for his part, has yet to comment publicly on the incident. As the dust settles and the car is towed away, one thing remains clear: Boris Johnson may no longer be the Prime Minister, but he certainly hasn’t lost his knack for making headlines, even if it means crashing into them.