Thursday, 24 July 2008

On Yer Bike Cameron

Whatever your views on capitalism are, the fact remains that taking something that doesn't belong to you is wrong and our sympathies should be with the victims. Unless it is Tory leader David Cameron getting his bike pinched from outside Tesco, then it is bloody hilarious.
The Conservative leader said he was "annoyed" and "pretty hacked off" at what had happened after he had left it locked outside a supermarket while he shopped near his home in west London.
"If anyone has seen this bicycle, I would like it back," he said, "I've reported it online... but I'm not holding my breath", the spoilsport added dashing the hopes of millions.
Cameron's two wheeled antics have been a rich source of amusement for us here. The limousine that followed behind him with his briefcase as he cycled to work to boast about his green credentials was funny and then there was the pictures of him gliding effortlessly through a red light to ride the wrong way down a one way street.
The bike is already open to offers on Ebay, presently going for £10.50 and described by the seller as being big and blue and despite looking quite well-balanced it leans oddly to the right and not exactly new but nearly new because it has only been used for a couple of photo-opportunities.

2 comments:

Noah "Nog" M. said...

You ought to know that buying a ranch makes you a true Texan, or so Yanks like Bush might say.

And is it the true bike? I'd toss in if it is.

Cheezy said...

That's classic. Talk about salt in the wound...

I thought poor old Dave looked quite bereft standing outsdie Tesco, looking around mournfully for his wheels... then I remembered who he is and laughed my arse off.