What happened when the Milifandom founder came face to face with David Cameron

Abby Tomlinson, the 17-year-old girl who started the Ed Miliband fandom, met her hero's enemy today.

Just kidding, we of course mean David Cameron.

Spotting him in the queue for a coffee in one of Parliament's many cafes, she mustered up the courage to approach him.

"Hello Prime Minister, how are you?" she asked, deciding to err on the side of politeness. But the response she got was anything but polite.

Abby, in Westminster to conduct interviews with some of Labour's candidates for the party leadership and London mayoral race, told i100.co.uk that the PM mumbled "well..." before pretending to be busy talking to an aide.

She returned to her own table, but was spooked out when she spotted Cameron starring at her:

Did he recognise her? Was he jealous that he didn't have a 'fandom' himself? Or was he simply trying to think of yet another way to make young people's lives miserable?

Asked to sum up her experience of meeting Cameron, Abby said it was "terrifying".

"I need an exorcist," she added. "He was very rude."

The situation improved for Abby, however, when she bumped into her hero:

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