By Ross Ibbetson For Mailonline
Published: 21:00 BST, 5 September 2019 | Updated: 07:55 BST, 6 September 2019
Boris Johnson appeared lost for words yesterday as he was reprimanded by a man in Leeds who told him he should be in Brussels negotiating Brexit.
Mr Johnson, who was in Yorkshire walking through the town, campaign-style, was was accosted by the man who yelled: 'You should be in Brussels negotiating. You are not. You are in Morley in Leeds.'
The Prime Minister attempted to explain he had been negotiating, but the disgruntled man continued: 'You're playing games.'
Mr Johnson retorted: 'What I think people want us to do, is to leave the European Union on October 31.'
Boris Johnson, who was in Yorkshire yesterday to visit student police officers, was walking through the town, campaign-style, when he was accosted by the Irishman
The man yelled at the Prime Minister while the BBC's Political Editor, Laura Kuenssberg tried to speak to him
Before he could be barracked any further, other pedestrians interjected, telling the furious man to 'let him speak.'
In another interaction, a local gave Mr Johnson a pat on the back as he told him, 'Please leave my town.'
The Prime Minister chuckled and replied, 'I will very soon,' as #PleaseLeaveMyTown trended on Twitter