Conservative MP Lee Anderson has been mocked after he tried to make a visitor eat cat food dwell on his new TV show.
Mr Anderson, who Rishi Sunak appointed deputy chair of the Tory occasion in February, repeatedly insisted Michelle Dewberry strive the unorthodox snack.
It comes after he raised eyebrows by feeding chilly baked beans to fellow Tory MP Brendan Clarke-Smith on an earlier episode of the programme.
The Ashfield MP, who’s finest identified for his tirades in opposition to food banks, had beforehand boasted that he might show individuals relying on charity “the right way to prepare dinner low cost and nutritious meals on a funds”.
However he produced the meaty shock whereas interviewing Ms Dewberry, a former Apprentice candidate and a fellow presenter on the GB Information channel.
She had dressed up as a cat on her personal show final month whereas she mentioned claims of youngsters self-identifying as animals.
However she declined the meal, telling Mr Anderson: “You may bugger off,” earlier than including: “I’m not eating bloody cat food, are you psychological? “No I don’t need to.”
Mr Anderson then urged that they share the disgusting dish, including: “If I’ve a forkful, will you have got one as effectively?”
However Ms Dewberry replied: “I don’t need to, no.”
Mr Anderson’s weird stunt prompted widespread derision. One gobsmacked former Labour MP, Anna Turley, merely exclaimed: “Absolutely the state of the Tory occasion!”
The Tory deputy chair was reprimanded final week for recording a promotional video for his new show contained in the parliamentary property – a breach of strict images guidelines.
Parliament’s Serjeant at Arms is to contact the senior Tory, who’s paid £100,000 to host the programme, to remind him of his obligations.