Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, is hoping to become the MEP for North West England but the early stages of his campaign aren't going according to plan.
A day after he was literally accused of 'spouting s**te' on the streets of Salford, Robinson was in Bury, Greater Manchester trying to attract more voters.
Not only did just a handful of his supporters show up for a speech that he gave in the town centre but someone also threw a strawberry milkshake over the 36-year-old.
Robinson, reported this first on his Telegram account stating at around 1:13 pm:
Had a strawberry milkshake thrown over me by some I dunno, I'd say some Muslim supporter of course. I'm going to Nandos.
This was then tweeted about by the Guardian's Josh Halliday before a video emerged of the beverage being thrown at Robinson and the culprit being chased down a street.
Given that people can't help but revel in Robinson's misfortune and rightly so, many, many jokes about the milkshake appeared online.
A bit later on, Robinson was seen running off from a group of men who were heckling him.
James Frith, the Labour MP for Bury North, later condemned Robinson's appearance in Bury and that he had no place in their town.
HT The Poke