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London Police Prevent Pizza Deliveries From Moving To Boris Johnson's Home | Israel today

2021-10-11T20:26:50.934Z

It is not clear whether due to security constraints or to keeping him healthy - but police are consistently preventing fast food from moving to Downing Street - where the UK Prime Minister lives • A source close to Johnson: "He's really trying to convince the cops - it sometimes annoys him"



Starving Boris Johnson:

One of the UK Prime Minister's favorite foods is a large tray of pizza.

But it turns out that in the past year, this pleasure has been withheld from the British Prime Minister, following a refusal by the London Police to allow fast food to enter his house on Downing Street.

After losing weight due to his serious illness with the corona virus in 2020 - the British Prime Minister has lost about 11 kg of his weight, but is still addicted to fast food.

A source close to the prime minister told the British Sandy Times in this regard that "he orders fast food all the time - but gets it very rarely. It really annoys him sometimes.

"I will not tell you exactly how many times he got angry - but it happens quite a bit. Sometimes he actually tries to convince the cops, and says to them, 'Please, please - can you let the pizza courier pass?'

"But no matter how much he asks, the answer is no, and the police do not let the messengers pass," the source said.

Johnson's entourage is surprised by the police's behavior, and unsure if it's a security decision, or if the London police have decided to keep the prime minister's weight.

As you may recall, in the past the Prime Minister's love for pizzas brought him negative headlines, after at a 2013 meeting at the Economic Forum in Davos - he forgot to pay for his share of a pizza meal while dining with his friends David Cameron and George Osborne. And said "I sent Dave a message that was very tasty and pleasant, and I apologize for forgetting to pay."

Source: israelhayom

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