Boris on his .7 mile bike ride

bramcoteboy62

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He can do what the fuck he wants with impunity, why wouldn’t he, the Olympic park is a nice place, it’s a shame the vermin cunts have infiltrated it. He won’t see any repercussion for not following his own lead, remember it’s all the other selfish cunts’ fault.

There was a bloke seen at Sainsbury’s in Maidenhead when he lives in reading! Selfish cunt! It’s your fault covid is spreading what more can boris do!!!!!!
 

Phlion54

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Was he testing his eyes ?

fecking clown makes up the rules as he goes along

seriously - why the fark did he do it as pretty obvious he would get seen
Don't upset the Boris lovers on here ....he can't do nothing wrong in their eyes...Trumpism all over again 😤😤😤😤😤
 

bramcoteboy62

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So what you reckon would have happened if you got caught doing it ? Let off ?
Ha ha ha ha ha ha. Of course not. The OB would take great delight in fining the public for doing what he did. Remember it is not boris’ fault, he’s acted impeccably since March.

Karen from Canterbury was seen walking in whitstable last Thursday. You thick selfish idiot Karen!!! It’s idiots like you not following the rules which is why we’re in this mess!!! What more can boris do when the nation is full of these morons!!!!
 

Beaufoyboy

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Maybe that’s his reason as he was obvious he would get seen, so joe bloggs does it and pays a fine, more dosh for the coffers
 

Rhino

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Basically, they've said that you can go 7 miles from your home as long as you walk or cycle all the way there and back. But you can't go in the car for 5 miles and then get out and walk for 2 miles. Makes absolute sense 😐
 

CrawLion

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Thing is 7 miles on a bike isn't really very far to cycle. Cycling is also inherently socially distanced.

If he had met up with 20 other lycra clad wierdos then fair game, lynch him...but he didn't.
 

Beaufoyboy

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Basically, they've said that you can go 7 miles from your home as long as you walk or cycle all the way there and back. But you can't go in the car for 5 miles and then get out and walk for 2 miles. Makes absolute sense 😐
Clear as mud, maybe this should have been said when lockdown was introduced
 

bramcoteboy62

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Basically, they've said that you can go 7 miles from your home as long as you walk or cycle all the way there and back. But you can't go in the car for 5 miles and then get out and walk for 2 miles. Makes absolute sense 😐
They’ve said that just because he’s been caught. The advice was ‘stay local’, now dear leader has broken that, the advice is ‘start and end at your front door’ once one of the thick cretins like Hancock or Williamson is caught 45 miles away the advice will be ‘only travel in distances of miles in the 9 times table’ - therefore, of course, no leadership will have broken any rules
 

Millwall tel

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I couldn’t give a fuck to be honest. more pissed off with the backward Imbreds in my village who think it’s cool to have a meet up with their friends (in groups) standing outside the cafe having a cup of coffee the stupid cunts! what the fuck is it with ppl! absolutely no need to leave your house for a coffee you absolute wrong uns!
 

Beaufoyboy

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They’ve said that just because he’s been caught. The advice was ‘stay local’, now dear leader has broken that, the advice is ‘start and end at your front door’ once one of the thick cretins like Hancock or Williamson is caught 45 miles away the advice will be ‘only travel in distances of miles in the 9 times table’ - therefore, of course, no leadership will have broken any rules
Blind faith in your leaders will lead you into
 

onlyagame

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Ok, I’m not a Boris fan but I do cycle so here goes. During the first lockdown Michael Gove (a complete prick) said jogging for half an hour and cycling for about an hour is an acceptable amount. Seven miles there and back is fourteen miles which Boris could do in about an hour. As someone pointed out he wasn’t in a group (although he must have had some body guards close by) Cycling around in a small circle would drive you mad so in this case I do think Boris was in his rights to do what another conservative Norman Tebbit once advised and “get on his bike”
 

whiskylion

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They’ve said that just because he’s been caught. The advice was ‘stay local’, now dear leader has broken that, the advice is ‘start and end at your front door’ once one of the thick cretins like Hancock or Williamson is caught 45 miles away the advice will be ‘only travel in distances of miles in the 9 times table’ - therefore, of course, no leadership will have broken any rules
Where I live, 7 miles is local. I'd have to drive slightly more than that to get to my nearest town to shop properly.
 

wellerwasbest

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Where I live, 7 miles is local. I'd have to drive slightly more than that to get to my nearest town to shop properly.
Watch out for Labour fanatics , they will want you hung

Watch out also on the road you might bump into kinnocks son and the other LABOUR bame mp they like doing what they like but stay untouched (sweeps under carpet) smiley face
 
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Beaufoyboy

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Yes anyone flouting the rules should get fined, however is kinnocks son or the bame Labour mps making the rules ?

you would expect the rule makers to abide by them

then again coco the clown let Cummings off when he did it