Over the past few weeks, milkshakes seem to have become a tool of protest against right-wing political candidates.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's final Brexit gambit was in tatters on Wednesday just hours after her offer of a vote on a second referendum and closer trading arrangements failed to win over either opposition lawmakers or many in her own party. Its driver, Michael Bolton, told the Kent Live website: "There are a couple of guys standing over there with milkshakes, they were going to throw them over him".
Today's drama follows on from Farage being "milkshaked" by a 32-year-old man on Tuesday.
Mr Farage was hit with a milkshake when he visited Newcastle this morning.
Mr Farage, who was hit by a milkshake in Newcastle on Monday, was visiting Kent to drum up support for his newly formed Brexit Party ahead of Thursday's European Elections, when the generally supportive atmosphere turned sour.
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The Brexit Party's Nigel Farage has had his campaigning efforts interrupted by a band of milkshake-wielding protesters, who reportedly forced the Euroskeptic politician to remain on his "Brexit Bus" to avoid a drenching.
Reports are coming from the United Kingdom that Nigel Farage is refusing to get off his bus because people are lining up with milkshakes. The suspected culprit told the Press Association it was a 5.25 pound banana and salted caramel shake he bought at the local Five Guys hamburger chain store. He said "complete failure" and "I could have spotted that a mile off" as he was ushered away by security.
Farage was left with milkshake dripping down his lapels during a walkabout in Newcastle, northeast England.
"The deed has become so prevalent that police have even tried preventing people from buying milkshakes near political rallies", The Atlantic reports.
Milkshaking has happened to several candidates for the European elections over the past month, including prominent far-right figure Tommy Robinson who has had milkshakes thrown over him twice. Burger King U.K. came under fire after tweeting, "Dear people of Scotland". We're selling milkshakes all weekend.