Boris Johnson has admitted that he was the cheeky prankster who stole a manhole cover from outside David Cameron's Downing Street House, but he denies trying to remove him from Power.
The announcement came after David Cameron was tonight to hospital tonight after falling down the aforementioned manhole. The Prime Minister was not seriously hurt, and said he didn't blame Boris for the loss of his dignity or his shoes. But he did, however, blame something else. He blamed the CameronMustGo Tweets on Twitter.
He revealed that the accident was caused when he became so distracted by the tweets that he failed to notice that Boris Johnson had removed the man hole cover as a drunken prank.
Boris denied that this was a leadership bid but later on he was overheard saying to a journalist from a newspaper that wasn't Spoof News that, "Yes. I did want David to fall down the manhole but only to make my sad friend George laugh."
He went on to reveal that he had been very worried about his old Bullingdon friend George Osborne because he hadn't laughed for a whole year. Boris said "It was probably because he's wrecked the economy and he's frighted we'll all find out soon. But the funny thing is we all know, so he should cheer up and I knew just thing to put a smile on his face. And I was right. He hasn't laughed so much since we wrecked all those restaurants at Uni.
When David Cameron was told about Boris' act of charity towards his millionaire friend, by a friendly passing fatcat, he immediately saw the lovable side of Boris' actions and declared:
"Lets start a Boris for President tweet."
The fatcat responded by asking Cameron "But...don't you mean Prime Minister, Prime Minister".
Cameron smiled for a second and then said "Em...no...Everyone to the Tweet machine. Boris for President. He's very open to suggestion. If I keep saying it, perhaps he'll emigrate".
By Katarina Frogpond