Man baffled as Boris Johnson joins police raid on his home


A man in London had a memorable morning on Wednesday, after waking to find the outgoing British Prime Minister raiding his home alongside police.

Footage of a seemingly extremely bewildered man confronting outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in his own home during a police raid has gone viral online, with the man even filming himself asking Boris Johnson how he was while the police searched his residence.

Although it is not the first time that Boris Johnson has taken part in police raids, the bizarre incident will be one of his last actions as Prime Minister, as the ousted leader prepares to be replaced by the affiliate of WEF Liz Truss or WEF Affiliate Rishi Sunak.

According to a report from Daily Mailthe man who filmed the incident was reportedly awakened early Wednesday morning by police who raided his home.

However, upon opening the door to his room, the manβ€”named by The Independent under the name of Splinter Sales – discovered that the British Prime Minister had accompanied officers to the premises.

Sales continue to ask the Prime Minister “wagwan Boris?”, slang for “what’s going on?”, to which Johnson replies – rather coyly – “Hello, how are you?”

“I was so shocked,” Sales reportedly said after the encounter. “I was drunk last night, woke up to see Boris Johnson on my face. I thought I was dreaming.

Police are believed to have found Class B drugs and paraphernalia during the raid, although no arrests were made, and it is understood Sales – who is believed to be sharing the residence – has not been charged with any wrongdoing.

The dawn raid on Sales’ home – while bizarre – is likely to be remembered as one of the last actions of Boris Johnson’s Prime Minister, as the ousted leader prepares to hand power to his successor on Monday .

With that in mind, Johnson seems rather keen to secure a legacy in the twilight hours of his tenure in power, announcing a host of moves seemingly aimed at leaving a mark on the UK for years to come.

According to a report by the telegraph, Johnson is aiming to announce a major expansion of Britain’s nuclear power industry as his last move as prime minister, with the state apparently seeking a 20% stake in a reactor set to be built in Suffolk.

As he also prepares to praise his own administration’s plan to build the equivalent of one nuclear reactor a year for eight years, the Prime Minister will say it “makes his blood boil” to think that his country, the first to split the atom, has so few nuclear power plants.

However, it remains to be seen how well such an announcement will hold up, with Johnson set to be replaced next week by either Liz Truss – a former liberal Democrat with ties to the World Economic Forum – or Rishi Sunak – a man traditionally seen as highly sympathetic to the Chinese Communist Party, while being affiliated with the World Economic Forum.

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