Nigel Farage Seeks Refuge On Bus As Milkshake Protesters Close In

A warm welcome for British politician Nigel Farage took a cold turn at a campaign stop in England this week.

Nigel Farage was reportedly trapped on his Brexit Party campaign bus this afternoon over fears protesters armed with milkshakes were in the vicinity.

But things didn't go to plan when Farage was forced to stay on the bus instead of mingling with locals after being stalked by a number of people carrying milkshakes. The divisive Brexit Party leader was hit by a banana-and-salted-caramel milkshake.

Farage's milkshake debacle isn't the first instance of milk-infused protesting in the United Kingdom.

Farage refused to leave the vehicle when three young people dressed in black raising suspicions when they joined a crowd of pro-Brexit supporters, Kent Live reports. "But the police were there, we've spotted them and now Nigel isn't getting off the bus".

The news travelled fast on social media, with the Guardian's deputy editor tweeting: "Latest: -May barricaded in Downing Street refusing to come out -Farage reportedly "trapped" on a bus surrounded by people armed with milkshakes unusual day". "The bile and the racism he spouts out in this country is far more damaging than a bit of milkshake to his front", Crowther said at the time, offering his rationale for the attack.

Farage stayed on the Brexit Party bus to avoid another milkshake attack. Farage himself was drenched in a milky beverage on Monday. They arrested Farage's attacker and charged him with assault.

"Egg Boy" Will Connolly cracks an egg on Fraser Anning's head. Farage was previously the leader of the eurosceptic UK Independence Party (UKIP) before resigning in 2016.

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