You'd be forgiven for thinking that Jeremy Corbyn headlined Glastonbury this year, with chants of "Oh Jeremy Corbyn" ringing round Worthy Farm 24/7.
The PM-in-waiting caught up with NME to discuss the most important matter at hand, whether he had run through any fields of wheat (as Theresa May recently admitted to doing) on the way to the festival.
Relishing in an opportunity to point out the lunacy of such a barbaric act Corbyn said: "I grew up in the countryside in Wiltshire and then later in Shropshire. I was taught from a very, very early age you walk round the edge of a cropped field."
"You don't walk through a field of wheat because it will damage the wheat," he pointed out. "I'm totally shocked that anyone would run through a wheat field and damage wheat. It's a terrible thing to do."
The Labour leader previously responded with similar piss-taking when questioned on what the naughtiest thing he himself has ever done is.
Headlining Glasto, bashing the elite, scoffing Pringles - Corbyn is living his best life.