Politician, cyclist and zip wire enthusiast Boris Johnson has been awarded a plaque by a disgruntled member of the public commemorating his 'destruction'.
Mocked up in the style of the famous English Heritage signs that detail famous landmarks and birthplaces in London, the plaque - placed outside his North London home - reads, 'Boris Johnson, 1964 -, BOJO, destroyer of cosmopolitan unity & passer of buck lives here.'
Johnson was one of the high profile faces of the Leave campaign, but was widely criticised for his apparent surprise at its success, as well as a lack of a game plan post Brexit.
Speaking to the Metro, the vigilante perpetrator said: "'Boris has destroyed my city as an act of callous arrogance.
"He gets away with it. He's unpeggable in every way you'd care to mention. People are going to have to move.
"People's lives are going to be seriously messed up because he thought it was the best way to become prime minister.
"If that's not callous, I don't know what is."
On a lighter note, here's a gif of our new Foreign Secretary dominating a rugby pitch against some fierce opposition last year.