Hands up if you're David Cameron: Now internet pokes fun at his Chelsea celebrations
INTERNET pranksters have compiled a host of comical pictures poking fun at David Cameron’s football celebrations.
A photograph of the British Prime Minister cheering as he watch Chelsea win the Champions League has gone viral, as clever artists inserted it into a variety of other pictures.
Some appeared to show Cameron celebrating various important historical events, some inserted him into famous paintings and others snuck him into their favourite film scenes.
The innovative submissions have now become something of an impromptu competition on Twitter, when users employ their impressive Photoshop skills to stitch together an original creation.
One show Cameron interrupting an intimate moment between Rose and Jack aboard the Titanic in the film of the same name, while another paints Cameron as a green Godzilla, rampaging around a city with his arms outstretched.
A third has Cameron cheering on band The Smiths, as another places him behind the 1966 England football team as they lift the World Cup.
One has him cheering on last summer’s rioters as they viciously kick the glass from a shop window, while another classical creation has him celebrating the death of Socrates among sombre painted figures.
The original image showed Cameron wearing a blue shirt with him arms pumped in victory as he watched Chelsea beat Bayern Munich on penalties.
German chancellor Angela Merkel wears a rather more disappointed expression to his left, while US President Barack Obama gapes as the scenes on his television.
The original image was provided by the White House, with blogger Sunny Hundal being the first to create a spoof picture.
Some cheeky commentators on Twitter have also suggested it could be used to advertise an anti-perspirant, after the Prime Minister displayed a small sweat patch after the exciting match.