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Published: Thu, October 20, 2016
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Theresa May made a very sexual remark during PMQs about Peter Bone

Theresa May made a very sexual remark during PMQs about Peter Bone

British Prime Minister Theresa May accidentally put her colleagues in the House of Commons in stitches Wednesday with an unintentional sex joke involving fellow Conservative MP Peter Bone.

And Theresa May appeared to get more laughs than she was expecting when she said: "I hope that Mrs Bone is going to treat the occasion in the appropriate manner". The viewing public, however, seemed to find the spectacle too embarrassing to watch.

The MP for Wellingborough said: "Mr Speaker as you might know, it is my birthday today".

Mrs May replied: "I'm very happy to wish him a very happy birthday".

Mrs May paused as MPs started laughing.

Cue rapturous laughter from the Commons to which speaker John Bercow interjected: 'Order! "I want to hear what's coming next!"

He often hails Mrs Bone as an embodiment of Tory common sense, citing her approval or otherwise of key policies.

Mrs May again paraphrased her predecessor, saying: "Calm down Mr Speaker".

Mr Cameron replied that he felt a very big part of his life was dedicated to "giving pleasure to Mrs Bone".

'I feel on this occasion I can only go so far'.

Distressingly, it is not the first time a prime minister has made a joke about Mr Bone's wife.

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