Theresa May took a swipe at Boris Johnson and other Cabinet colleagues as she delivered a series of smutty jokes at a dinner for political journalists last night.
The Prime Minister joked that if the Foreign Secretary had an app it would 'contain adult content'.
She also compared Chancellor Philip Hammond to a 'drier, less frivolous version of LinkedIn', while Brexit Secretary David Davis was nicknamed 'Mad Max'.
And she told how she disturbed a couple having sex in a caravan while out canvassing during the election.
The quips came as Mrs May put on a star turn at the Parliamentary Press Gallery dinner in Westminster last night
Boris Johnson (pictured out running in London yesterday) and Philip Hammond (file picture) were targeted by the PM in her speech last night
The quips came as Mrs May put on a star turn at the Parliamentary Press Gallery dinner in Westminster last night.
She did not spare her own blushes either - making light of her 'Maybot' reputation and last year's botched snap election that robbed the Tories of their Commons majority.
The PM infamously called her botched snap election after a walking holiday in spring 2017.
But pointed out last night that calling the poll had let her escape from an appointment to address last year's dinner for Westminster correspondents.
'I was looking forward to this event so much that I called a general election to get out of it, she said.
'But I can't pull that stunt two years in a row.
'Or can I?
'I am, after all, going walking in Wales at Easter.'
Mrs May said she had been canvassing during the election when she knocked on the door of a caravan.
'I was at the open door of a caravan and there was clearly some activity within, so I duly knocked.