We've long known he hasn't a clue which way to take his party, but it seems David Cameron can't even point his bike in the right direction...
The Tory boss was spotted flouting the law by cycling the wrong way in a one-way street, through red lights and the wrong side of a bollard on his 30-minute trip to work.
Well, we aren't exactly surprised here at The Kitchen; this is typical behaviour of all too many cyclists.
Dave last night apologised for his blunders. He said: "It's important to obey traffic laws. I'm sorry."
What Dave actually means, of course, is that it is important that you fucking proles obey traffic laws, but very important MPs (like himself) are far, far too busy to bother.
The rules, my dears, are for the electorate; after all, what is the point of being an MP if you have actually have to obey the laws that you introduce and enforce on everyone else, eh?