Boris Johnson to the 'Juan Carrasco': the unbridled dance of the Prime Minister when he was mayor of London

Boris Johnson decreed home confinement in the United Kingdom on March 23, 2020 in order to stop the propagation of Covid-19. Two months after this measure beg

Boris Johnson to the 'Juan Carrasco': the unbridled dance of the Prime Minister when he was mayor of London

Boris Johnson decreed home confinement in the United Kingdom on March 23, 2020 in order to stop the propagation of Covid-19. Two months after this measure began the description so that English citizens will begin to retake their lives little by little but still under restrictions.

These restrictions did not allow to go in any case to parties, as did the English prime minister. Boris Johnson came to one in which about 100 people gathered in the Gardens of Downing Street. A celebration for which he has had to ask for forgiveness two years later before the British Parliament, where he has assured that he came because he thought it was a "work event".

After the controversy that has been raised in recent days, the malefic social networks have rescued a video in which Johnson danced very energetically to the rhythm of All Night Long (All Night), Lionel Richie song. The video does not correspond to the party for which he has had to ask for forgiveness but belongs to the time he held the position of Mayor of London. He held the same between 2008 and 2016. In the images you can see a casual Johnson and reminiscent of Juan Carrasco's character in the series Come, Juan. Also some tubers have compared the dance of it with that of the typical English that goes to the Spanish coasts to have fun.

In addition to the effusive of the dance, the company has also attracted attention. The then mayor of London moved his hips next to a lady who carried a laser sword, apparently, a gift that Lucasfilm did to Johnson. The companion of him in the video is what was president of the Assembly of London, Jennette Arnold.

Updated Date: 14 January 2022, 14:52

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