This morning a nine-year-old schoolboy who sounded suspiciously eloquent and suspiciously like an adult woman imitating a child called Nick Clegg during his weekly show on LBC to challenge the deputy prime minister about his policy for universal free school meals.
We are seriously dubious that Rohan (who you can hear in the above video) is really a nine-year-old calling from their south London school, mostly because it is very rare to hear a child using the phrase "percentage point increases." And we're not the only ones: Clegg himself sounded sceptical, asking Rohan what school "he" went to and where "he" was calling from.
"You really should go into politics, you're one of the most articulate nine-year-olds I've ever come across", he said.
That Nick Clegg side-eye in full:
As Nick Ferrari said after Rohan hung up, "Ed Miliband does those voices well, doesn't he?".