Boris Johnson urges Brits not to snitch on neighbours unless they’re having ‘Animal House parties’ with ‘hot tubs’

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BORIS Johnson has railed against “sneak” culture – urging Brits not to snitch on their neighbours unless they are having “Animal House parties” with “hot tubs and so forth”.

The Home Secretary and junior ministers sparked a major backlash on Monday by demanding people grass their friends and neighbours for breaking the Rule of Six.

Boris Johnson has urged Brits not to snitch on their neighbours if they break the ‘rule of six’

The PM said to only snitch if people are having ‘Animal House parties’, referring to frat house movie National Lampoon’s Animal House

But the Prime Minister says we should step in first and talk to rulebreakers before reporting them to the authorities.

He told HOAR: “I have never much been in favour of sneak culture, myself.

“What people should do in the first instance is obviously if they are concerned is raise it with their friends and neighbours.

“But I think what is reasonable for anyone to do is if they think there is a serious threat to public health as a result of their neighbour’s activities – if there is some huge kind of Animal House party taking place, as I am sure, hot tubs and so forth, and there is a serious threat to public health then it’s reasonable for the authorities to know.”

The policing minister Kit Malthouse said this week he would dial 111 if he saw his neighbours breaking the rules.

Policing minister Kit Malthouse said he would dial 111 if he saw his neighbours breaking the rules

Asked if he would grass his Downing Street neighbour if he saw the Chancellor breaking the rules in their shared garden, the PM quipped Rishi was too well behaved.

“I can’t imagine that eventuality.

“I have seen Rishi plenty of times in the garden meticulously observing the guidance. Meticulously!”

The PM said Rishi Sunak ‘meticulously observes the guidance’ when in their shared garden

 

 

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