BORIS JOHNSON just wanted a quiet curry with some pals on the final day of Tory conference in Manchester – but alas, it was not to be.

The Foreign Secretary was hoping to enjoy to a drink and a catch-up with some mates, but was ambushed by workers from the posties union in the same restaurant.

 The Foreign Secretary was seen in Akbar curry restaurant last night

Last night video from the Communication Workers' Union showed them singing 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn!' at the blonde bombshell.

He didn't respond but continued his night with friends.

One source told The Mirror: "He was in a private area then sneaked out the fire exit when people sang.

"He sneaked straight out – I'm not sure he had finished."

It comes after a number of angry protests have taken place at the Tory conference – including two huge marches on the opening day of the event.

Police were forced to let off smoke bombs as thousands of masked protesters waved "Tory scum" banners as officer broke up rioters.

And Jacob Rees-Mogg was confronted by angry activists who shouted in his face about Tory austerity after they stormed a fringe event in the town hall.

 Boris Johnson gave a rousing speech yesterday where he urged Britain to 'roar after Brexit'
 Boris Johnson has faced calls to be sacked after his comments about Libya

He looked in good spirits – despite criticism earlier in the day after he joked that Libya can become the new Dubai as soon as they “clear the dead bodies away”.

The Foreign Secretary told activists he was optimistic about the future of the war-torn country, saying it had "great potential".

The gaffe was met with nervous laughter by the audience, before the chair of the event swiftly changed the subject, saying: "Next question – the dead bodies was the 'move on' moment."

But this morning he has faced demands to resign and apologise for his crass remarks.

The Prime Minister’s deputy has also demanded he be “careful in our use of language”, saying it was not a “sensitive” thing to say.

But Mr Johnson has refused to back down over the controversial comments – laying into his critics for “playing politics” in a Twitter tirade.




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