Ukip today unveiled its manifesto, titled 'Believe in Britain'.
Scrolling through the PDF version of the 76-page document on Ukip's website, our eyes were drawn to some... bizarre images. The most surprising aspect is that none of them feature Nigel Farage.
Here are the pictures that had us scratching our heads and wondering why, just why.
We're not sure why former Daily Express journalist Patrick O'Flynn is doing his best impression of a Stalin statue either.
"Space, not race."
Why is everyone greyed out apart from Louise Bours? Is this like that Paul Whitehouse Aviva advert?
A truly bizarre photo featuring a heavily-photoshopped bookcase (unless Paul Nuttall really, really likes Chips).
Straight up we would not buy a house from this man.
Roger Helmer there, who tried to argue the solar eclipse was proof climate change wasn't real.
This woman is the only non-white person in the Ukip manifesto.
As an aside, here's what happened when a journalist raised this point at the manifesto launch.
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