Boris Johnson loses his temper again – calls News International questions “f**king bollocks”

30th April, 2012 4:20 pm

Boris Johnson’s famous temper comes out again – this time under questioning about his relationship with News International

(h/t: Political Scrapbook for the video):

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  • Haha, what a mouth Bojo has, he really ought to wash it out in the Thames

  • MattWales

    Naughty potty mouth, it would have been much more acceptable to when in a tantrum to push the reporter down some stairs instead surely?

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