Tony Blair is cancelling a high-profile signing session of his new memoirs because of planned protests.
He has been seen of late, swanning around book stores and anywhere that would have him, to promote his ego and overpowering sense of his own importance.
It appears, however, that all is not well in the wibbly wobbly world of the wondering wankface, as he is starting to realise that the rest of the world doesn't share his view of just how awesome he is.
Eggs and shoes were thrown by demonstrators at a previous signing in Dublin and anti-war groups have promised a mass protest with a sideline in effigy burning, outside a bookstore in Piccawilly, London.
Speaking on ITV1's new Daybreak programme about his book - A Journey - he said: 'To be frank about it, I am concerned that the public are showing signs that they are unhappy about something. I'm not entirely sure what it is but if they carry on, I am considering moving to another country, like Iraq maybe, the weather is so much better and they fricking love me there.'