Ming The Trouserless

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Anon writes:

Ming attended a European Parliament Agriculture committee meeting this morning with no trousers and possibly someone in the bed behind him…

And why not?

FIGHT!

25 thoughts on “Ming The Trouserless

  1. Johnny

    The man who single handily set cannabis legislation especially medical back by decades with similar buffoonery.

    1. V'ness

      + XL V

      And again tomorrow

      We’re what
      12 plus weeks into working from home / remotely
      And he’s in an organisation that not only fully funds and assists its ‘members’ individual facilities
      It has strict notice periods for meetings and has extensive ‘standing orders’ rules and committees to ensure notice, attendance, speaking time, voting etc

      And this is his attitude to turning up for work
      ‘hadn’t even bothered to ensure a kitchen table

      GFY Ming
      Complete lack of respect for your role

      And there’s me worried about my nails and roots
      FFS

      If I logged into a Creditors Meeting in a dressing gown I’d never work again

      Just shows
      they’re all the same

  2. Dr.Fart

    ugh .. i like Ming, he has his heart in the right place, he makes a lot of sense, i agree with him on a lot of stuff, and then some times i just think “come on, man. fuppin shape up a bit. this is why some people dont take u seriously” personally i dont care if he’s scruffy once he’s getting a job done, but i know how much things like that matter to people he needs to turn.

  3. Kevin Higgins

    Confirms again that unlike so many who represent us, he at least has balls.

  4. class wario

    I don’t get how anybody could feel more comfortable on an important work related call without any pants on, truth be told. i know it’s a running joke about the new video conferencing world but i just dont get it! put on some trackies or something!

    1. Rob_G

      Agreed – while he is definitely an eejit not to put at least some pyjama pants on, the journalist who posted this really shouldn’t have – it performs no public service, and is a bit creepy, ‘revenge porn’-esque.

      1. Joe Small

        Its a public parliamentary committee meeting. Shooting the messenger doesn’t work here.

  5. jeremy kyle

    Ah for feck sake Ming, if you had time to put your shirt on could you not lob on some britches you eejit or at the very least make sure the camera is at chest height.

  6. ReproBertie

    He says he was just back from a run and threw on a shirt over his running shorts.

  7. f_lawless

    If you don’t have the intellectual capacity to observe that Emperor Ming is clearly wearing a pair of salmon-coloured chinos, then more fool you

  8. f_lawless

    It was clearly a sly dig at his political opponents in the European Parliament who had reportedly described his input to date as “total pants”.

  9. Rob_G

    The more I think about this, the stranger it is – like, we went to all the trouble of putting on a shirt and buttoning it all the way up, but didn’t bother to take the extra 15 seconds to put on a pair of Ellesse…

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