Boris Johnson has continued to duck questions over his controversial comments last week about women wearing burkas.
In a move that is seemingly typical to Boris, the former foreign secretary compared women who wear the Muslim face veil to letterboxes, which prompted outrage from a lot of the public and even from within the Conservative Party.
You'd assume anyone would come out and apologise after saying such heinous things but, no, apparently because we live in a truly awful society, a posh white man like Boris Johnson can outright ignore the backlash.
When given a chance over the weekend, he timidly emerged from his home - which, at the time, was being staked out by journalists - to offer no apology or comments on what he said, but instead served mugs of tea and have the press literally eating (well, drinking) out of his hands.
What a charming fellow this Boris is, you might think - yes sure, but only if by charming you mean utterly offensive.
Despite being asked if he 'regretted his comments', all he could muster was this pathetic response:
I have nothing to say about this matter except to offer you some tea.
The gesture - whether genuine or tongue-in-cheek - has lead to some truly great and scathing responses online.
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