(Alleged) Classmate of British PM Says Cameron Had Sex With Pig Carcass

Prime Minister David Cameron, speaking at the opening of the GAVI Alliance immunisations pledging conference in London, June 13 2011
Prime Minister David Cameron.

The UK Daily Mirror has started publishing excerpts of an unauthorized biography of David Cameron.  The most recent installment talks about British Prime Minister David Cameron and his time at Oxford.

During a bizarre initiation ceremony, Cameron is alleged to have stuck his private part into the mouth of a dead pig.  It is rumored that alcohol was involved as the students were trying to bring back the 1920s heyday when drinking and misbehavior was the general rule.

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I can relate.  Alcohol has caused me to place my privates in places I never would have sober.

Actually, it should come as no surprise because in those days, pig carcasses were not uncommon on campus during initiations.  The British are having a ball with it as they are going to Twitter and using the hash tag #Hameron.

Someone even found a news article from 2013, where the Cameron government and China reached a deal on forty five million pound deal for pig semen.  Boy, aren’t you glad we kicked the British out of America a long time ago?

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