Boxed plonk selling plonker Philip Schofield outrages brilliantly bonkers ‘British Battleaxe’ Christine Hamilton by skipping the queue to pay respects to Her Majesty The Queen
“What in God’s name is he doing? #QueueJumping Who the hell does he think he is?” stormed the brilliantly bonkers ‘British Battleaxe’ Christine Hamilton of the prized plonker TV presenter and seller of definitely-not-so-prized plonk Phillip Schofield yesterday on Twitter.
Spectacularly right in her analysis of Schofield skipping the queue to pay respects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II prior to her funeral on Monday, Hamilton was far from her alone in her anger at this warbling wazzock sticking two fingers up to members of the public who are now queuing for upto 24 hours to pass our wonderful former monarch for a moment whilst he just waltzed in.
Sanctimonious self-server Schofield, of course, has form. Condemned previously by Jonathan Dimbleby as “cretinous,” here is an overpaid television twerp who was laughed at as ludicrous in October 2020 for “making bizarre claims to have been murdered in a past life because of a debt” whilst promoting his “self-indulgent” ‘memoir’ Life’s What You Make Of It in an article in the Mirror.
At that time whilst desperately seeking any kind of publicity possible, the petulant and pompous This Morning presenter whined that he believed “he and an (imaginary) ‘family’ he’d plainly invented were murdered in a ‘past life’ over a debt.”
Showing himself as an utter crackpot, the definitely deranged flogger of wine condemned as “only fit for the bin” and “no more palatable than fizzy Ribena” declared:
“I opened the door to silence and felt horror wash over me. Three steps in, and I saw them – two murdered bodies on the floor.”
“I knew they were my wife and small child. Horror turned to fury. I knew why they were dead. I owed money to two brothers who worked at the end of the street in a sawmill.”
“The brother [then] found me, dragged me outside, punched me to the ground and, as my head hit the mud, he repeatedly stamped on it until I was dead!”
Behaving with dignity after a death is clearly something that this cretinous creep clearly hasn’t learnt. Shame on this ultimate television twerp; it is now time for Philip Schofield to offer an apology to the hundreds of thousands of people he pushed by without a shred of real respect.
Pictured top – Phillip Schofield looking angry whilst being noticed skipping the queue to pay respects to Her Majesty The Queen yesterday (left) and looking angry on the telly box on a previous occasion (right).