Actor Hugh Grant trolls Boris Johnson’s resignation announcement for musical

How to lose credibility in two and a half seconds. As Boris Johnson waited in front of Westminster on Thursday to announce his resignation in an official speech, Yakete sax music from the Benny Hill Show was playing at full speed in front of the enclosure. We hear this in the background of an interview with Conservative MP Chris Phillip, who said he is ready to resume his duties in the British government.

This short joke with a British accent was executed by anti-Brexit and anti-Boris Johnson activist Steve Bray. In a video posted on Twitter, he is seen playing the famous saxophone music from his large speaker, which is just a short walk from Westminster.

However, the idea did not come from him, but from the famous actor Hugh Grant. “Glad to see you have regained the use of your speakers. Do you have Benny Hill music?”, wrote the celebrity to the activist.

As soon as it was asked, Yaketi Sachs came to ruin the seriousness of Boris Johnson’s announcement.

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