Gordon Brown was left with some explaining to do when Harriet Harman, governemt Minister was issued an ASBO for singing the current Rage Against The Machine single - Killing In The Name 'in anger' while shopping.
Ms Harman had been shopping at Lidl in Brixton, South London and was heard humming the tune to the 1990s anarchist classic song. Head of Lidl Security, Ibrahim Mazawi explained what happened next;
"I believe Ms Harman had been humming the song, which is fine. But then when she came to pay for her 19p 2 litre bottles of water, when she refused to pay for a carrier bag, she lost it. She got angry and started bouncing at her knees with her hands in the air 'hip-hop style' shouting FUCK YOU, I WON'T DO WHAT YOU TELL ME, as mentioned in the Christmas number one hopeful."
The Prime Minister described the incident as 'a true sign as any, that Labour is in touch with the common man by being awarded an ASBO.'
Zach de la Rocha, lead singer of Rage was quoted as describing Ms Harman as 'a wanabee establishment cunt'