Friday, June 1, 2007

Adrian Lithgow and his drunken Cornish Pasty rampage...

Earlier this month, the UK Independence Party's communication boss resigned, was fined £60 and ordered to pay £400 compensation after drunkenly harassing a Yugoslavian rail worker at 3am in Victoria station.

Adrian Lithgow called the Eastern European "a piece of s***", asked, "Have you got a work permit?" and then launched a hot pasty at bearby staff. I hear that just hours before, Lithgow was clinking glasses with none other than the gadfly UKIP leader Nigel Farage and his deputy David Campbell Bannerman.

Fancy! Elephant-minded readers may recall how, in February, Farage was found in an 'extremely weary' state in one of Strasbourg's Irish-themed watering holes.

Blurts Farage, who behaved himself during the evening with Lithgow: "We had a committee meeting and had dinner. It was nothing terribly substantial. He was fine when I left."
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