Biritish PM David Cameron performed obscene act with a pig?New Delhi: British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is no stranger to controversy but a new biography has made a shocking allegation about him. The book claims that Cameron inserted "a private part of his anatomy"
New Delhi: British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is no stranger to controversy but a new biography has made a shocking allegation about him. The book claims that Cameron inserted "a private part of his anatomy" into a pig's mouth during his student days at Oxford.
It was not a living pig but, rather, the head of a dead pig. However, that doesn't make the act any less jaw-dropping, if it is true. The book's source is an unnamed MP, who was at Oxford at the same time. The MP even claimed that another Oxford contemporary has photographic evidence of the act. But the man with the photo did not respond to the overtures made by the authors.
Cameron's bizarre act allegedly occurred as part of the initiation ceremony for membership of an infamous Oxford dining club called the Piers Gaveston. Actor Hugh Grant and Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, are also former members of the club.
There were also other embarrassing passages in the book, including revelations that Cameron was part of a 'dope smoking' group at Oxford and that he allowed cocaine to be taken at his London home.
The book, titled "Call Me Dave: The Unauthorised Biography", is written by Lord Michael Ashcroft and Isabel Oakeshott. Ashcroft was once a close confidant of the PM. But they later fell out after Cameron failed to honour a promise to offer Ashcroft a 'significant job' if he came to power.
Cameron was the butt of jokes on Twitter after the revelation. Someone even created a Twitter account called Cameron's Pig, which tweeted to the PM, "@David_Cameron it was a one time thing. Stop texting me."