Given the chaotic scenes in the House of Commons yesterday you could be forgiven for thinking that some MPs were a bit worn out and needed a little lie-down.
Yet with the future of the country literally hanging in the balance you'd expect our elected officials to act in a fit and proper manner and not slouch around like they didn't have a care in the world.
During last night's emergency debate on the government's no-deal Brexit plans, which was successfully blocked thanks to rebel MPs, Rees-Mogg apparently felt that while the chamber was mostly empty it would be perfectly fine to kick-back and recline on one of the famous green benches.
Leader of the House @Jacob_Rees_Mogg literally reclining on the front benches, casually smirking, as MPs debate thi… https://t.co/yeNunC10sG
Journalist, David Allen Green had a different theory for the bizarre behaviour - perhaps Rees-Mogg was paying an odd tribute to MPs from the past but as you may have gathered, people aren't too keen on it in 2019.
I think he does this because some late Victorian and Edwardian Tory MPs like Lord Randolph Churchill and FE Smith a… https://t.co/ICNW6VYi05