Man is raided by Boris Johnson in bulletproof vest as PM says ‘how do you do’

A man had the surprise of his life as his home was raided by Boris Johnson before the Prime Minister asked him: "How do you do?"

Footage of the raid, which was caught on Snapchat, showed Boris wearing a bulletproof vest as he was escorted into the property by numerous police officers.

The resident, Zee Remayne, a rapper, spoke of his utter shock when he woke up to see the PM enter his residence at 5:30am.

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Remayne, 25, greeted the PM by saying "wagwan Boris" and said he thought he was dreaming when he saw him enter his South London home.

Speaking to The Sun, Remayne said: "I woke up this morning to my door coming off and police shouting then Boris Johnson walked through straight after him. I was shocked.

“I thought I was dreaming. It was around 6am."

The 25-year-old's disbelief at the entire ordeal was recorded on Snapchat as he was seen saying: "This is actually mad. I saw Boris Johnson in my face.

"Do you know how drunk I was last night? I feel like a madman.

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"I woke up to a 6am raid and Boris Johnson's in my face. Bro, how the f*** did I get raided and Boris Johnson's there?"

The police reportedly informed Remayne that they were looking for something in the residence but nothing was found.

"I think Boris was just there because he’s leaving and I think he was just having a bit of fun before he goes," the rapper added.

Despite Remayne's door yet to be repaired since the visit by Boris and the cops, the man said the police had assured him that he had not done anything wrong.

Apparently, he had "plans for the day" but the crazy raid "has just thrown me off".

Boris spoke on the subject as he said: "The gentleman… was suddenly surprised to see me at the foot of his bed at 5.30 in the morning, he seemed remarkably pleased actually."

Boris was particularly nonchalant about the situation as he went on to say: "The element of surprise is crucial."

Remayne did speak on the publicity side of the video going viral and said that it's so far had an effect on his music career.

He said: "I was just enjoying the weekend, partying, I’m a recording artist and so I’ve just been recording I’ve got some music coming out soon. I deffo need the publicity from it."


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