Best trending Suitcase of Wine Meme. This meme trend came few days ago and is now flooded over social media.
News that Downing Street may have hosted two more parties while the country obeyed lockdown rules, on the night before the Queen attended Prince Philip’s funeral alone was too much for people who think that ‘partygate’ has gone on for long enough.
Yes, an ever-increasing list of alleged lockdown breaking parties is certainly giving prime minister Boris Johnson the mother of all hangovers with even some of his MPs saying they have had enough of him, but he and his ministers are clinging on to power, telling voters and journalists that we will just have to wait for Sue Gray – the civil servant heading up the inquiry into the parties – to get to the bottom of what went on.
But The Telegraph’s report into the two parties that took place the night before Prince Philip’s funeral, offers up details that are so bizarre that you’d have to do a double-take.
Someone broke poor old Wilf Johnson’s swing, music was played late into the night, and a member of staff was even sent to the Co-op on with a suitcase to fill it with bottles of wine and bring it back to the party, reportedly.
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Suitcase of Wine Meme
Suitcase of wine? That’s not even original, Dorries has been sneaking wine in for years. pic.twitter.com/WbGoDpA0MV— Mark Francewanker (@FlyOnNo10Wall) January 14, 2022
I want to know how a Downing Street staffer could smuggle a suitcase of wine through armed security and into a rammed party at No 10 that rocked on into the early hours of the very day Prince Philip was buried.— Ivor Bolakov (@dib50511659) January 14, 2022
Pillocks – yes that includes the MET pic.twitter.com/ZNGXwHmJdj
Minister Damian Hinds tells Sky on the 'suitcase of wine' party: “Like everybody who’s read this story I was shocked, I was shocked to read it.” pic.twitter.com/2CAKToDN13— Dan Bloom (@danbloom1) January 14, 2022
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