Pietersen trolls PM with boozy ‘work event’ photo with Flintoff outside No10

Kevin Pietersen has trolled Boris Johnson with a hilarious 'work event' photo in which the ex-England cricket ace is pictured alongside Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff in a boozed-up state outside No10.

The Prime Minister has come under fire after admitting he attended a "bring your own booze" party in May 2020, while the rest of the country was in lockdown.

Though Johnson admitted he attended the party in the Downing Street garden, he alleges he did not break covid guidelines as it was a 'work event' that was "technically within the rules".

At Prime Ministers Questions, Labour leader Keir Starmer slammed the Conservative PM, stating he must "do the decent thing and resign" after "months of deceit and deception."

And whilst the Prime Minister apologised for his actions and understands the "rage" the British public must be feeling, he urged MPs to wait for the outcome of an inquiry into alleged Covid law-breaking in Downing Street.

Since PMQs Johnson has been brutally trolled online with several people posting images of themselves enjoying a beverage whilst joking they're at a 'work event'.

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Now cricket ace Kevin Pietersen is the latest high-profile name to have a pop at the PM.

The former England captain took to Twitter on Thursday morning to post a boozed-up photo of himself and Freddie Flintoff outside no.10 with the caption "Work event!"

What's the best 'work event' party you attended? Let us know in the comments section.

And cricket fans were quick to join in with the brutal trolling with the picture having been taken after England's 2005 Ashes success.

"The work events at Downing Street are quite legendary sessions," commented one fan.

"You’re wearing your work uniform, it was a work organised event. So yes," joked another.

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"To be fair, looks like there have been some good do’s at No.10 over the years," quipped a third fan.

While one cricket supporter wrote: "Time to log off… KP has won the internet for the day."

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