UK Defence Sec. Reportedly Has Toilet Paper With Putin's Face & Russian Curse

© AP Photo / Francisco SecoBritain's Defence Minister Gavin Williamson stands in the main chamber during the second day of a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at a gathering of NATO defence ministers at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018.
Britain's Defence Minister Gavin Williamson stands in the main chamber during the second day of a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at a gathering of NATO defence ministers at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018.  - Sputnik International
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Since taking office as the UK defence secretary, Gavin Williamson has taken a belligerent tone, issuing dubious warnings to Russian President Vladimir Putin every from time to time – but this time he has gone even further.

The Daily Mail has cited a source close to the defence secretary as saying that Gavin Williamson had lavatory paper with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s face on it, along with a highly offensive expletive in Russian. The insider claims that the roll of paper was spotted by visitors in the Ministry of Defence.

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Social media has been abuzz at the news, with many netizens dismissing Williamson as a “dangerous embarrassment”:

…while another user hypothesised what would happen if Williamson were to ever meet with Putin:

Williamson made world headlines in wake of the Skripal poisoning, having immediately accused Russia of being behind the alleged attack on the former GRU colonel residing in the UK – without evidence and waiting for the official investigation to be completed.

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Commenting on how Moscow may respond to the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats from the UK, the defence secretary said that “Russia should go away and shut up”.

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Most recently, Williamson issued a warning to the UK’s “enemies”, including Russia, saying that they better not “mess with” Britain. The remark came after he announced that the Royal Air Force’s new fleet of F-35B Lightning II stealth jets were operational.

Moscow, for its part, said in a statement that it would respond accordingly if Russia’s security is jeopardised.

Williamson has developed a reputation for eccentric antics inside the ministry: he used to keep a tarantula called Cronus before the unusual domestic pet was evicted due to an arachnophobic colleague.

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