David Cameron branded a c*** on his favourite TV show

What was that, again? [Image: Getty.]

David Cameron has been called an extremely rude name on his favourite TV show.

The Prime Minister admitted he loves to chillax with Serbian thriller The Last Panthers, in an interview shortly before Christmas.

But Mr Cameron may have spat out his wine when the last episode of the series aired on Sky Atlantic last week – when one character branded him an ‘utter c**t’.

The series finale ends with a gangster, played by actor Igor Bencina, going into a barber shop, brandishing a glossy magazine with David Cameron on the cover and demanding the same hairdo as the PM.

He tells the barber: “I want to look like this.”

In the next scene, he emerges from the salon with his Cameronian cut, to find one of his partners in crime waiting outside.

His friend says bluntly: “You look like an utter c**t.”

Source: David Cameron branded a c*** on his favourite TV show – Mirror Online

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11 thoughts on “David Cameron branded a c*** on his favourite TV show

    1. John Gaines

      Absolutely, To Hell or to UR-Anus the Tory Land Enclosure plot exposed: the mythical Planet ‘ recently discovered by two Yanks was discovered by Urbain Le Verrier in 1846, Planet X is at present a stale and unprofitable World; Yes indeedy that sure is the place where the Tories want to dump the Poor, or even the Old, Sick or whatever.

  1. Jane Smart

    Rather an over-dramatisation of events even if the description fits! It is dangerous. We must beware of catastrophizing and condoning the gutter press.

  2. daijohn

    It does not come across that he wanted to look like the portrait used out of admiration, more likely to help him carry out some odious and despicable act that such a description would suit – quite right too!

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      The story is easy enough to understand. If you want to nitpick, we’ll all understand you, too.

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