BBC reassures people that subtitles claiming 'posh booing noises' at PMQs were fake

The BBC has denied that subtitles claiming "posh booing noises" were being made at Prime Minister's Questions were real.

Following the session at parliament on Wednesday afternoon, a screengrab from BBC News showing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn addressing the Commons with the subtitles "[posh booing noises in background]" was shared widely online.

It was actually made by satirist Aaron Gillies on his Twitter account @TechnicallyRon (you can see his tweet below as well).

The fact the BBC felt compelled to make this clarification shows just how badly behaved MPs can be at PMQs.

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