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‘Wagwan Boris!’: Moment when the man wakes up to find the prime minister participating in a morning raid on his house

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This is the bizarre moment when a man woke up to find Boris Johnson with the police during a raid on his house.

The prime minister, who will leave office next week, attended a drug raid with police early this morning near Lewisham, south London.

He joined Acting Police Commissioner Sir Steve House to watch nine specialist officers carry out the intelligence-led targeted operation aimed at tackling drug-related violence in the area.

Officers found class B drugs and paraphernalia, as well as a suspected drug phone, which is now under investigation.

But during the raid on the property, Mr Johnson was unexpectedly met by a man who filmed the raid on his phone.

The short video begins with the man pointing the phone’s camera at himself and saying, “Bro, how the hell did I get mugged and is Boris Johnson here?”

The man walks out of the room, where Mr. Johnson stands in the hallway surrounded by officers.

He says ‘Wagwan Boris’, before a laughing PM replies, ‘Good morning, how are you?’

The video, taken on Snapchat, is also captioned: “Ay naaaaa how can Boris Johnson rob the bando, you can’t make this up.”

A smiling Boris Johnson looked into the camera before asking the man, “Good morning, how are you?”

Mr Johnson stood in the hallway of the property with nine Proactive Team officers conducting an intelligence-led targeted operation

Mr Johnson stood in the hallway of the property with nine Proactive Team officers conducting an intelligence-led targeted operation

Mr Johnson imagined he was leaving the property after the drug-related raid by Metropolitan Police officers this morning

Mr Johnson imagined he was leaving the property after the drug-related raid by Metropolitan Police officers this morning

After the raid, Detective Inspector Victoria Sullivan, head of the Met for proactive teams in the Southeast, said: “Drug trafficking is causing untold damage to our communities.

“Interrupting the supply lines is central to our work in tackling violence, which is the Met’s top priority. There are strong ties between the two.

“This is just one of many enforcement operations carried out on a daily basis as part of our focus on tackling the line holders while protecting the vulnerable people they exploit.

“Our message to the drug dealers is clear: we’re coming for you.”

Meanwhile, Johnson insisted his administration had taken a hard line against criminals.

His comments came after the Daily Telegraph reported that officers are being told by Home Secretary Priti Patel to focus on the basics of policing.

A report from the Policy Exchange think tank warned that the public feels that the police are being distracted by “awakened” causes.

Mr Johnson said: ‘Look at neighborhood crime, that’s the thing that really affects the quality of life of most people in this country, and it’s down about 38 percent from 2019 since this government took office.

“I think that’s a big effort from the police, not just the Metropolitan Police, from police across the country.

“And what you see is 13,700 extra police on the street now. That helps, that makes a difference.’

Johnson imagined he was walking with Stephen House, the acting commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, at a police station in south London

Johnson imagined himself walking with Stephen House, the Acting Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, at a South London police station

Prime Minister saw nine specialized agents conduct intelligence-led targeted operation to tackle drug-related violence in the area

Prime Minister saw nine specialized agents conduct intelligence-led targeted operation to tackle drug-related violence in the area

After the raid, Mr Johnson said his government had cracked down on criminals

After the raid, Mr Johnson said his government had cracked down on criminals

The prime minister referred to the recently passed law on police, crime, sentencing and courts as an example of how his government had empowered officers to deal with crime.

The government says more than 13,790 additional police officers have been hired in England and Wales as part of Mr Johnson’s pledge to put 20,000 additional officers on the streets.

The recruitment campaign came after the number of police officers in England and Wales fell by more than 20,000 between 2009 and 2018, while Conservative-led governments were in power as of May 2010.

Mr Johnson said: ‘What also makes a difference is giving the police the powers they need to give criminals the harsh sentences they deserve, and that’s what we’ve enshrined in our legislation.

“I’m glad it’s having an effect, but I’m also happy to see the activism and energy of the police here in London.

‘Yes, of course, we have to make our society more and more safe, but if you look at what they’ve done: a 38 percent reduction in neighborhood crime, I think that’s a huge achievement.’

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