Barely a day goes by without Ukip’s gaffe-prone senior MEP Godfrey Bloom getting into a spot of bother. Fresh from arguing companies should be allowed to sack pregnant women, claiming ‘most women can find the mustard in the pantry quicker than a man and most men can reverse a car better than a woman,’ it was his ‘bongo bongo land’ comments that caused the most damage.
Taking to the web might not be the best idea for Godfrey, as he discovered earlier when having a go at Channel Four News:
— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) September 9, 2013
Do all journalists look the same for Godfrey?
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