London - The Grand Master of empathy management played a blinder today with a personal take on Rupert Murdoch's custard pie-in-the-BSkyB moment at the House of Commons last year.
Speaking in hoarse Don Corleone-esque tones the ex-Prime Monster was suddenly interrupted during a polished performance at the Royal Courts of Justice.
A heckler burst in via a security corridor and began shouting stuff about the Iraq War.
Mostly about Blair's 'theft of $20 billion' from the Iraq Central Bank and his annual '£6 million bounty from bankers JP Morgan' since the petrodollar heist.
"He's a liar who would kill for oil!" the heckler shouted as court officials pounced.
"So what else is new?" one of Blair's legal heavies snarled according to a court lip-reader's account.
And as cameras panned to get Blair's reaction to the sudden verbal onslaught not a single droplet of sweat was seen on Blair's tanned and furrowed brow.
"Either he's on intravenous tranquilisers or it's just another PR stitch-up," a QM-NewsCorpse stringer in the courtroom tweeted as the Inquiry judge ordered an immediate probe.
The protester was later identified as one David Lawley-Wakelin, a veteran pro of the protest movement.
His intervention at this morning's Inquiry session has added gravitarse to the ex-PM's testimony, conducted under oaf - er...oath! - and under the glare of TV cameras.
Just like he likes it, eh?