A restaurant co-owner in the north of England may have had to watch out for his words when asked about the latest lockdown rules in the north of England.
But those watching at home would have been better off watching his background – where Max Gott had hidden his own tribute to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Lord God, head chef and co-owner of Bistro Forty Six in Jesmond, Newcastle, discussed on BBC television how the latest lockdown rules have affected the hospitality industry in the North East, reports The mirror.
While standing in front of his specials board, Lord God also showed his love for ornithology.
Next to him was a poster of native birds with British Tits tiles on it, and between Gold Tit, Blue Tit, and others was a less speckled image of Boris Johnson.
A BBC journalist named Emma shared a still from the interview Twitterand wrote, “Has anyone seen the restaurant guy on the BBC News today? Take a close look.”
Your post went quickly viral, Collecting over 16,000 likes and more than 2,800 retweets.
One person replied, “What restaurant is this? I have to reward it with my custom.”
Another said, “Took a while but did well this man.”
A third commented: “Yes! He should be Chef of the Year.”
Someone else tweeted, “Oh, well played sir! Well played.”
Another user proclaimed it a “class change” while others praised the chef as “sneaky” and branded him a “legend”.
“Such things help me restore my confidence in humanity,” added a Seventh.