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Boris Johnson resigned today but someone deserving of more attention is the guy who brought out his lectern.
The sound engineer Tobias Gough has been getting more people swooning than the lads on Love Island, but sadly for his fans MailOnline says he is married.
In 2019 Gough first became known when he set the scene for Theresa May's resignation. Back then, he told the publication he was surprised by the attention and said he "isn't model material".
He said: "I have to say it was great lighting to make me look that good, the sun must have been at the right angle.
"I can assure people that I don't usually look as well as that - I won't going to be going into the modelling business just yet."
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But three years on he's still got it and people were excited to see him:
\u201cSexy lectern man has been!\u201d — Elijah Murlor \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\udde6\ud83c\udf3b (@Elijah Murlor \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\udde6\ud83c\udf3b)
\u201cNice to see the lectern man back again. Still looking good.\u201d — Rik P \u26bd\ud83d\udc0f\ud83c\udff3\ufe0f\u200d\ud83c\udf08 (@Rik P \u26bd\ud83d\udc0f\ud83c\udff3\ufe0f\u200d\ud83c\udf08)
\u201cHot lectern man alert!\u201d — Michael McGilligan (@Michael McGilligan)
\u201c@DRaider2021 He laps up the attention doesn\u2019t he\u201d — D_Raider (@D_Raider)
\u201ccometh the lectern, cometh the man\u201d — tom \ud83c\udf3b\ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\udde6 (@tom \ud83c\udf3b\ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\udde6)
\u201cAs tradition dictates, at least six sections of twitter all thirsting over lectern man\u201d — andrew allen (@andrew allen)
\u201cFIT LECTERN MAN IS BACK\u201d — Maddy Mussen (@Maddy Mussen)
Johnson said he would remain in office until the Tories find a successor and expressed as much regret about leaving the role as he did pide about Brexit, vaccines and supporting Ukraine.
As for hot lectern man, there's always weird angles when it comes to British politics.
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