LONDON - David Cameron, a public sector worker, was evicted by his home by Mother Nature.
He had lived in the building since June with his wife and kids.
"It's terrible!" he proclaims. "How on earth could this happen? You know, they say you're as safe as house, and BOOM! Its... its..."
Luckily, the family were away from the house, and Mr. Cameron was at work near the Thames, filing paperwork.
Mr. Cameron, was eyeing the house since 2004, where he had narrowly lost a bid for the house to the previous leaseholder.
"You see the house is on a five, or four, year lease," he explained. "You have your application approved by the commitee, and they thought that the other guy was okay. This time there was two competitors, but I managed to get a shared lease with one of the other guys, and the commitee went with that."
The family, have been put up by friends and relatives.
"I came as soon as I heard," said family friend, Nick Clegg. "It's a shame really," he then turned away from our reporter and chuckled slightly.