Scottish farmer Kenny Cameron was extremely outraged by the fact that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson while vacationing with his family, set up a tent in his field without permission. The Daily Mail reports.
According to the newspaper, Johnson came to the Applecross Peninsula with his fiancee, four-month-old son, and a dog for several days to spend a vacation in a rented cottage Old School House. The sheep farmer, who appeared after the prime minister had left, on his lands next to the cottage, found that the prime minister had climbed over a wire fence, instead of going through the gate leading to the field. To climb over the fence, Johnson and his wife used chairs, probably taken from the cottage kitchen. In addition, the head of the British government set up a tent on the farmer's land.
The farmer was also worried that Johnson lit a fire, which is dangerous due to the drought that has been observed in the area in recent weeks. Cameron pointed out that in this way the Prime Minister sets a bad example for the British. вЂњHe could put up a tent in the garden of his cottage, and there would be no problem, but he did not,вЂќ the farmer stressed.
Johnson's guards apologized to Cameron, explaining that both they and the prime minister considered his site to be part of the cottage. They dismantled the tent and removed the debris from the area. The farmer admitted that he was not a supporter of Johnson's policies and is in favor of Scottish independence, but he is pleased that the Prime Minister came with his family to this calm and quiet area.
Earlier it became known that 75 percent of the Britons surveyed were in favor of reducing Boris Johnson's wages by 10 percent.