Dutch impersonator mocks Theresa May with viral vid
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A Dutch impersonator has mocked Theresa May with a hilarious video that runs to the tune of Amy Winehouse’s Rehab.
Menno Kuijper, who lives in Brixton, took to central London to film the video while dressed as the Prime Minister.
Lyrics include “can’t we just Brexit and chill?” and “how am I prime minister still?”, as well as “you know these talks hurt my brain” and “wish we’d all voted remain”.
Speaking to the Metro, Kuijper said: “I’m Dutch. I have lived and worked here for 22 years. I have paid my taxes and hopefully made my country a better place. ‘But I wasn’t allowed to vote. I thought, “Well, what can I do? I can make a video.”
Watch it in full below:
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