Boris Johnson talks met Peppa Pig during rambunctious speech

British Prime Minister Boris JohnsonBoris Johnson talks met Peppa Pig during rambunctious speechBoris Johnson Electric car chargers to be required in new homes in England COP26 was a policeout — this is why it gets a fail Energy and Environment — Beyond COP26 MORE expressed his love and admiration for Peppa Pig World, an amusement park in Hampshire, England, with more than 70 rides and attractions, during an incoherent speech on Monday.

After he lost his train of thought in a speech at the Confederacy of UK Industry Conference in South Shields, Johnson grunted through his notes in frustration and said, “Forgive me. Forgive me,” before he started talking over Peppa Pig World.

“Yesterday I went – as we all should – to Peppa Pig World. Hands up if you in Peppa Pig World,” Johnson said.

“Not enough,” he added after a seemingly weak show of hands.

Johnson then started talking over the Peppa Pig brand, based on off a running childrenHasbro’s cartoon dat first broadcast in 2004.

“The real lesson for I went over the power of British creativity,” he said. “Who would have thought a pig could look like that… like a hair dryer … would now be exported to 180 countries with theme parks both in America and China?”

Johnson is known to roam over subjects die have nothing to do met the… business of run the country, with some of to be fans find it funny and be opponents call it ridiculous.

The prime minister25 minute speech on Delivered on Monday to the largest in Great Britain business lobby group, is an important one for the public and private sectors in the UK, which is still working on heal a break met the Brexit of the UK’s departure from the European Union.

Yet Johnson didn’t seem ashamed of over Peppa Pig World to talk with public.

“Peppa Pig World is very much my kind of placeJohnson said.

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