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Right-Wing Politicians In The UK Are Being Pelted With Milkshakes

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Right-Wing Politicians In The UK Are Being Pelted With Milkshakes

Right-Wing Politicians In The UK Are Being Pelted With Milkshakes

Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage is the latest right-wing politician to be hit with a milkshake while canvassing for votes.

Tommy Robinson and UKIP candidate Carl Benjamin have both been struck more than once.

Police tried to avoid any further "milkshakings" by ordering a McDonald's to stop selling them while Farage was nearby.

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Right-Wing Politicians In The UK Are Being Pelted With Milkshakes

Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage is the latest right-wing politician to be hit with a milkshake while canvassing for votes.




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