The Prime Minister was seen brushing his shoulders after an ex-serviceman warned him he had dandruff.
Preparing for the December 12 General Election, Boris Johnson paid a go to to residents on the Wilton Veterans Hub in Salisbury to win over assist.
He shook arms with Paul O’Rourke, 57, and had chin wag with him from the opposite facet of his bed room.
The veteran defined how he had beforehand lived in a tent earlier than shifting to another lodging after which ultimately the hub in latest days.
But as he walked away, Johnson appeared greatly surprised when the resident informed him stated: ‘You’ve obtained dandruff on you.’
The Prime Minister swept any potential particles off his shoulders and replied: ‘OK, I’ve obtained to observe out for that then, thanks.’
O’Rourke, who served within the Royal Irish Rangers, stated afterwards: ‘Someone had to say something.’
Speaking to The Sun he stated key allies are ‘anxious’ concerning the prospect of the Labour chief strolling into Number 10 and warned he ‘sides with our enemies’.
But a Labour spokesman hit again on the Johnson and accused the Conservative-led Government of attempting to ‘keep people safe on the cheap’.
After having his dandruff pointed out, the PM obtained considerably of a rougher experience from members of the general public when he went for a stroll round Salisbury’s Christmas market.
One heckler shouted: ‘How many children have you got?’ whereas one other accused him of ‘ruining the country’.
Angry passers-by additionally grilled him on what he’s going to do to cease disruption brought on by rail strikes throughout the festive season.
The PM went to purchase a brownie from a market stall however couldn’t as a result of they might solely settle for money.
Just as the stallholder will get his card machine prepared, a Tory aide whips out a tenner and arms it to Johnson to hurry up the transaction.