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    He has spoken on countless news programs, talk shows and many other public events, but now Boris Johnson has featured on adult video website Pornhub, after a spoof video of the UK Prime Ministerial hopeful was uploaded onto the site.

    Under title "Dumb British Blonde F***s 15 Million People At Once," a video of Johnson's post-Brexit speech was uploaded onto the Pornhub site, with the clip mocking the impacts that a Brexit from the EU could have on the UK.

    Unlike most videos on the site, Johnson did keep his clothes on during the 6:58 minute clip, which featured the Leave campaigner speaking passionately about his affection for outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron, and his commitment to maintaining an open, flexible relationship with the EU.    

    ​The video was uploaded by a user called "BrexitVote" and seems to have been a hit with viewers, notching up more than 32,000 views already. 

    ​The Pornhub upload comes amid increasing speculation that Johnson will replace Cameron as the UK's Conservative Party leader, and subsequently British prime minister.

    He is currently a frontrunner for the position alongside current Home Secretary Theresa May. If Johnson does manage to become PM, it's thought he'll be the first to do so having featured on Pornhub.

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