A new book released yesterday by Harper Collins places UKIP leader, Nigel Farage, in extremely unlikely scenarios. From 10 Downing Street to the multicultural Notting Hill Carnival. All in the style of the famous ‘Where’s Wally?’ book.
You’ll probably remember playing the game as a kid. Well, before your addiction to FIFA and Candy Crush, but if I still haven’t jogged your memory – I can tell you Wally isn’t just some guy you dress up as when you’re getting pissed at a university fancy dress party.
I’m sure like me, you spent too much time looking for the little b***ard in a puzzle book your parents gave you to keep your mouth shut for a while. Americans, if you still don’t have a clue what I’m on about, I’ve been told he is called Waldo over there.
Well, now you can have all that fun again. Finding a different wally, but a wally nonetheless. We’ll give you a hint, so you don’t waste too much time on it – in every image you can find Nigel holding a pint of bitter. Just to remind you that he isn’t a politician, but a ‘man of the people’. Guest appearances are also made by Ed Miliband, David Cameron & Russell Brand. Obviously.
Personally, I don’t know why anyone would want to play this – if Nigel Farage was to get lost it would be a godsend, the last thing I would want to do is go looking for him. But that’s me. You may think differently.
On the M4
At Notting Hill carnival
Down at the Pub