Ever since an unauthorised biography of British Prime Minister David Cameron was launched on Sunday, embarrassing revelations of his youthful past has emerged.
And it doesn’t look like one particular incident is going to die off quickly.
In what has been referred to as ”PigGate” scandal, the young Cameron was alleged to have inserted his naughty bits into the mouth of a dead pig during a student initiation ceremony at Oxford University.
Billionaire Tory donor Lord Ashcroft released the unauthorized biography of Cameron, which is being serialized in the Daily Mail.
To add to Cameron’s consternation, a parody Twitter account is posing as the pig at the centre of the scandal. In two days, it has taken the internet by storm.
Although the account has posted only 20 saucy tweets, it has already racked up 15,300 followers.
As yet, the identity of the account holder is unknown but it has attracted a lot of attention, with even the Russian Embassy following it.
A tweet posted 12 hours ago reads: ”Thanks for making me the number 2 pig sex personality on Twitter.”
At one point @CameronPig sent the PM a stern message. Cameron appeared unfazed, however and replied: ”It was a one time thing. Stop texting me.”