Saturday, October 16, 2021

Theresa The Tea Leaf

Tea leaf Theresa May lookalike goes on the rampage in Hereford and robs a purse; at least she didn’t grab ‘The Donald’s’ hand this time round (or have to share a curry with rotten paedo Rolf Harris)

When she’s not holding hands with ‘The Donald’ or chomping on curry alongside the filthy paedophile Rolf Harris and his grotbag wife, it seems Theresa May might be a bit of tea leaf.

 

Featured in the Mirror this morning, it transpires it’s actually not the real Theresa May who has been on the rob in Whitecross Road, Hereford, but in fact just a body double of the ‘Boys Jobs and Girls Jobs’ loving ex-Prime Minister.

 

According to the paper, “cops are searching for a grey-haired ‘Theresa May lookalike’ after a woman’s purse was taken from a shop” on 11th December 2020. Going further, they added:

 

“The force released a CCTV image of a middle aged-looking woman wearing a red jacket similar to the one regularly donned by the ex-Prime Minister.”

 

“Web users were quick to point out the ‘striking resemblance’ to the current Tory MP for Maidenhead after police began circulating the photo.”

 

Elsewhere, LADbible reported the story had gone viral on social media with one user commenting:

 

“Looks like Theresa May fell on tough times after the Brexit fallout.”

 

Another added:

“Oh Theresa, surely times aren’t that hard. I’m sure Boris and his chums would lend you a fiver.”

 

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Theresa The Tea Leaf – Theresa May accused of being a tea leaf – Tea leaf Theresa May lookalike goes on the rampage in Hereford and robs a purse; at least she didn’t grab ‘The Donald’s’ hand.
Theresa The Tea Leaf – This purse stealer was widely described as a “Theresa May lookalike” after West Mercia Police released a CCTV image of her following a theft inside a Hereford store at around 10.30am on 11th December 2020. Of the theft a spokesperson for the force stated: “It is believed another woman put a newspaper on top of the wallet and then took both the paper and wallet. She then left the shop.”
Theresa The Tea Leaf – Theresa May accused of being a tea leaf – Tea leaf Theresa May lookalike goes on the rampage in Hereford and robs a purse; at least she didn’t grab ‘The Donald’s’ hand.
Theresa The Leaf – Lady May MP, herself, is often to be found dining with her ‘Garden Gnome-like’ hubby Sir Philip in Malik’s Tandoori House in Cookham, Berkshire. Here, the owner, is pictured serving her and also posing with another regular, her constituent and convicted paedophile Rolf Harris and his wicked wife Alwyn Hughes.
Matthew Steeples
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I bet she stinks of curry!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do NOT send Down Under!!!!!!!!!!!!! She did enough damage letting all that immigrant scum in the UK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stupid cow!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I’ve been trying to forget the full horror of Theresa May as an appalling Home Secretary and equally awful Prime Minister (though not for the disgusting reason Rodders dislikes her).
    I’m going to have a coffee and Jacobs Orange Club now to calm me down.

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