It has been confirmed that Rishi Sunak has been fined by the police for not wearing a seatbelt while filming a video in a moving car to get himself a few likes on social media. The prime minister had already apologised for his "brief error of judgement" which could also be referred to as "breaking the law", but in Rishi's defence, he was distracted by the fact he desperately wants to become an influencer. This is because no one in the country pays the slightest bit of attention to anything he says, not even in his own party.

It has been confirmed that Rishi Sunak has been fined by the police for not wearing a seatbelt while filming a video in a moving car to get himself a few likes on social media. His crime was spotted by Instagram users while he was promoting his levelling up plan which has gained controversy by overwhelmingly favouring Tory constituencies.

Tragically, Rishi Sunak is the second famous conservative man in the space of a month to incriminate himself on social media after Andrew Tate shared footage of his Jerry's pizza box on Twitter. Even more tragically, Rishi will not be joining Andrew in a Romanian prison cell any time soon.

The maximum fine for not wearing a seatbelt is £500 or 1,400,000th of Sunak's £700 million fortune, meaning this punishment is going to hit Rishi in the pocket really hard. Shit, I hope the poor guy can still afford to eat.

The prime minister had already apologised for his "brief error of judgement" which could also be referred to as "breaking the law", but in Rishi's defence, he didn't think laws applied to him and he was distracted by the fact he desperately wants to become an influencer.

I understand it was for this reason he was one of the first people to sign up to Andrew Tate's "Hustler's University" course. This is because no one in the country pays the slightest bit of attention to anything he says, not even in his own party. The man who does not understand cardless payments, uses private jets like taxis and thinks rough sleepers work in business is somehow not connecting with people. It's almost like our richest MP is out of touch.

Lancaster Constabulary has issued the following statement:

"You will be aware that a video has been circulating on social media showing an individual failing to wear a seat belt while a passenger in a moving car in Lancashire. After looking into this matter, we have today (Friday, January 20th) issued a 42-year-old man from London with a conditional offer of fixed penalty."


This comes shortly after it was revealed that Sunak's former prime ministerial rival Nadhim Zahawi was fined £1.3 million for not paying his taxes. To make matters worse, it appears Sunak was fully aware Zahawi was under investigation when he promoted him to his cabinet and made him Tory Party chair.

Rishi Sunak has now been fined twice in one year, after previously being fined over the partygate scandal, meaning our prime minister is now officially a repeat offender and should probably get an Asbo or something. Perhaps the strangest aspect of all this is how the police are not supposed to investigate Tories retrospectively, but here we are.

Let's not forget Sunak reinstated Suella Braverman as home secretary after she breached national security by intentionally sharing confidential documents and even worse, accidentally sending them to an unintended recipient. Clearly, Tory law-breaking is something that should simply be shrugged off.

All of this comes in the same nine-month period that not one, but two Tory prime ministers have resigned in disgrace: one guilty of breaking lockdown rules and promoting a known sex offender; the other seemingly guilty of insider trading after collapsing the economy while her friends betted against the pound.

Incidentally, Boris Johnson was the first UK prime minister to have officially broken the law while in office and Rishi Sunak is the second. We're doing brilliantly with Tory prime ministers these past 12 months, aren't we?

In all seriousness, it seems clearer than ever we are governed by crooks who believe there is one set of rules for us and another for them. The Tories are taking away our right to protest and our right to strike while doing whatever the hell they feel like doing because in their minds, they are better than us. The sooner we get rid of this mob, the better.

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Gorpalm said…
There's a Parisian underpass with his name on it.