David Cameron is widely reported to be taking his Easter holidays away in Lanzarote this year, but this hasn’t stopped him from delivering a traditional Easter message.

Unfortunately for the Prime Minister and his inconspicuously tech-illiterate PR team, they managed to botch the job incredibly badly.

The Conservative leader, sporting a fantastically obvious Spanish-ham coloured tan, appeared in front of what can only be described as a badly super-imposed fake background of his 10 Downing Street office.

The poor quality background image, coupled with the obvious light differences between himself and the background are a dead giveaway that the Prime Minister was trying to pull the wool over our eyes. And not for the first time.

See what you make of it here.

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It kind of reminded us of something…

David Cameron has done a Mayor QuimbyYep. David Cameron just did a Mayor Quimby. At least nobody walked through his “office” playing a steel drum.

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