On the site specializing in tourist advice and advice Tripadivsor, a new address has emerged in recent days in the United Kingdom: 10 Downing Street.

It is indeed the residence of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, currently at the heart of the turmoil for the organization of parties at his home.

Some Internet users have therefore decided to make fun of this situation with humor by leaving opinions on the famous platform, report our colleagues from



“Great place for a low key night out”

“Went to Downing Street after being told at a petrol station that a rave was taking place in the garden of number 10. Fabulous cheese and wine galore,” one user wrote earlier this year. .

'Two nice bouncers at the door dressed as police officers and free to enter, the host was a bit of a clown with messy hair,' another person posted of 10 Downing Street.

" Nice garden.

Great for parties” or “The best and only party in London!”

» could we also read.

A surfer also quipped about the Prime Minister's discretion: “Great place for a discreet evening.

The soundproofing is top notch and you wouldn't have guessed there was a party going on”.

If this situation amuses Internet users, Boris Johnson must face criticism.

He notably apologized to Queen Elizabeth II for a party he did not attend but which took place on April 17, 2021 at his home, the day before Prince Philip's funeral.

But the Prime Minister has also organized parties during periods of confinement.

In an attempt to calm the situation, Boris Johnson reportedly said he was ready to ban alcohol in Downing Street…


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