Bullingdon Club toff was 'bashed up' on the Andrew Marr show by interviewer Eddie Mair. Dishevelled mop haired Boris was interrogated by Mair about his personal life and his lies and dubious moral behaviour.
Poor Boris had expected to be interviewed about 'safe', boring topics such as housing and the 're-vamping' of the Olympic stadium. Instead, Eddie Mair 'ripped into' Boris and grilled him about youthful indiscretions which went back 25 years ago. He was accused of being a 'liar' and a 'nasty piece of work' who was in cahoots with his snobbish Bullingdon Club pals and effectively thought he could be the 'ruler of the world' and above the 'rule of law'.
The BBC journalists went onto the attack on the eve of the documentary "The Irresistable Rise of Boris Johnson". His own sister Rachel admitted that the sibling rivallry between Cameron and Johnson dated back to the fact the Boris had once been the 'head boy' at Eton and Cameron had not.
Behind Boris's endearingly 'shabby' appearance and his mop of brightly blonde hair and his comic strip 'japes' such as being stuck on a zip wire a much tougher, persona was revealed who was ruthless in his pursuit of power.
There is no doubt that Boris would love to one day become the leader of the Tory Party and the next Prime Minister. His naked ambition if fuelled by pure arrogance and 'hubris' still believing is the 'head boy' and above the normal rules everyone else has to abide by.
Boris is absolutely a product of the snobbery of the class system in the UK and the secretive societies such as the elite join when they are at Oxford University. The Bullingdon Club vowed to held one another in their future careers even if it meant getting involved in getting someone beaten up by an angry member.
Boris pretends to be a happy, daft, comic book type character but beneath this carefree persona lurks much darker and sinister ambitions which would stop at nothing in helping Boris become Tory Party Leader.