MPs were left giggling in the House of Commons morning when the MP for Lichfield Michael Fabricant demanded to know what was wrong with an “over-bent banana” or a “particularly twisted turnip.”
Rory Stewart, the Under Secretary of State at the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs responded by saying he would be “delighted to be seen eating a wobbly banana.”
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Fabricant is well known for his sense of humour. He was fired from his position as vice-chariman of the Conservative party after joking that he was having an affair with a llama on Twitter.
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