A senior UKIP MP has tweeted politically sensitive comments.
"This is a disadvantage on the run up to the European elections" said leader Nigel Farage.
Bernie Shaveless, UKIP representative for ASBO upon Thamesmead, suggested on Twitter that:
"Lenny Henry's humour unites the working class of any background with their own community roots".
"Obviously the views of one politically astute member do not represent the whole of UKIP" explained Nigel. We are all excited by the impending possibility of causing an earthquake in British politics and sometimes that means we forget to slag off certain sections of the community".
Asked how the earthquake is to be achieved, Farage explained with several pints in hand:
"Every time we make a gaffe and nobody punches us in the mouth, Eric Pickles, the chair of the Tory Party, has a stamping fit on the East Bracknell lay line: he's a fat chap and that should do it".
"So UKIP is the party of fatty slapping"?
Nigel takes another swig and his bloodshot eyes light up once more:
"You see! We're back on track already: fat people!? String the buggers up".
And what would you say to voters who agree with your manifesto but do like a pie?
"Thin people: hands off our British pies"!
Whether you like it or not: that's clear indication UKIP can demonstrate the voice of politics.