Boris Johnson was booed by an angry crowd as he left his home this morning and a short while later found his car being blocked by around 40 cyclists.
The Mirror reports that a bagpipe player serenaded Johnson’s north London townhouse with Scotland the Brave shortly after 6.30am and when the former Mayor of London later emerged, he was unable to speak to reporters about the referendum result due to crowds shouting “scum” and “traitor” at him (among other things).
Johnson may be closely associated with London’s cycle superhighways and the shared public cycles which many still refer to as ‘Boris Bikes’ but he subsequently found his car left immobile when a group of irate cyclists congregated around him and refused to let him move.
Warning: Some of them used strong language.
— Ʊmz (@asianyardie) June 24, 2016