#piggate causes a stink for David Cameron

2015-09-21 11:17
British Prime Minister David Cameron. (AFP)

British Prime Minister David Cameron. (AFP)

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Cape Town - A new salacious tell-all book by billionaire Lord Michael Ashcroft is causing a massive headache for UK Prime Minister David Cameron; after news circulated that he placed his penis into a dead pig’s mouth during his university initiation.

According to the Daily Mail's front page more details will follow once the book is published in October. The incident happened during an event at the notorious Oxford dining society, the Piers Gaveston.

The Guardian reports that Ashcroft’s Book was co-written by Isabel Oakeshott and tells of drugs, decadence and absolute debauchery.

The book will claim that Cameron smoked marijuana while at Oxford University and even allowed people to snort cocaine in his London home.

The main reason behind Ashcroft's revelations is a bitter feud between him and the Prime Minster, after Cameron failed to give him an influential government position even though he gave millions to the Conservative Party.

Needless to say Twitter is in a proverbial pigsty as the Prime Minster gets roasted in what many are calling #piggate.

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