#NicolaSturgeon jokes about ELECTROCUTING and Boris' PRIVATES in bizarre ...

NICOLA STURGEON has joked about "electrocuting" US President Donald and Boris Johnson in the private parts in a bizarre interview.

PUBLISHED: 13:09, Mon, Feb 17, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:30, Mon, Feb 17, 2020

During the concerning interview, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joked she would “try to shock Boris Johnson out of his almost criminal complacency on a no-deal Brexit”. She also suggested the Prime Minister was guilty of “mansplaining” as she appeared on political comedian Matt Forde's show at the Edinburgh Fringe show.

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Ms Sturgeon, who is pushing to hold a second independence referendum, initially said she "wouldn't electrocute anybody".

But when she was pressed by the comedian over which politicians she would give "a mild shock", she said: "It's tempting to say I would try to shock Boris Johnson out of his almost criminal complacency on a no-deal Brexit”.

And when she was quizzed over"and where on the body?” Ms Sturgeon laughed and suggested the prime minister's private parts.

nicola sturgeonNicola Sturgeon joked she would electrocute Boris Johnson and Donald (Image: GETTY/PA)

She said: "I wouldn't want to damage his, er, leisure pursuits."

Mr Forde then proceeded to ask the audience who they thought Ms Sturgeon should electrocute to which an audience member shouted US President “Donald ”.

Ms Sturgeon agreed and added: “Donald - I'll go with that.

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“But I might go for the full.”

The First Minister was also quick to

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