Steve Bray has celebrated Boris Johnson’s resignation with the Benny Hill theme tune and the parody music Bye Bye Boris.
The anti-Brexit campaigner has been collaborating within the Johnson-themed observe exterior the Houses of Parliament all the week.
Johnson resigned as British Prime Minister and delivered a speech exterior No 10 Downing Street on Thursday, saying that he’s leaving his operate as chief of the Conservative Party.
But who’s Steve Bray and what did he say after Johnson’s resignation?
Steve Bray celebrates Johnson’s resignation
Westminster protester Steve Bray has blasted the Benny Hill theme tune exterior the Houses of Parliament after Johnson launched his resignation, as per The Daily Mail.
The music was carried out all through a Sky News interview with Tory MP Chris Philp and the video has since been extensively shared on social media.
Bray posted one different angle from the interview on his Twitter profile and wrote: “Just for [Mr Grant] as requested here today at the media circus… College Green. The Benny Hill theme tune.”
Bray moreover blasted the music Bye Bye Boris which is a mannequin of Bay City Rollers’ observe Bye Bye Baby.
What did Bray say after Johnson’s resignation?
The campaigner’s audio system have been taken by regulation enforcement officers earlier nevertheless he returned to Parliament after finding out about Johnson’s resignation speech, Mirror tales.
In an interview with the outlet, Bray acknowledged: “It was absolutely fantastic. I was in the road holding the amp above my head, I’m 53 now and it’s not the lightest. Around me people were cheering and clapping, they loved it.”
He added: “I’m completely elated. I simply hope the Bay City Rollers don’t have something to say about their tune getting used like that.
“It’s all about getting the message heard around the world.”
More about Steve Bray
Steve Bray is an anti-Brexit campaigner who hails from Port Talbot, Wales.
The 53-year-old activist gained nationwide consideration after he held every day protests in opposition to Brexit in College Green, Westminster in 2018 and 2019.
He has acquired quite a few nicknames for his activism work, collectively with Mr Stop Brexit, Stop Brexit Man and Stop Brexit Guy.
Bray gained recognition for sneaking behind dwell interviews and displaying with placards carrying Anti-Brexit messages.
Moreover, Bray was Liberal Democrat candidate for the Cynon Valley constituency throughout the 2019 widespread election nevertheless his candidacy was unsuccessful.