News outlets including The Guardian, The Mirror, and the Evening Standard refered to nearby news site Kent Live, which detailed Wednesday evening that “Nigel Farage is stuck on his Brexit transport since individuals have turned up with milkshake”.
But the Brexit Gathering representatives including party sherpa Gawain Towler and Mr Farage’s confidant Dan Jukes took to online networking to repudiate the story.
Tweets about cases indicated Mr Farage snickering with supporters at the area where the supposed endeavored assault occurred, and Mr Jukes composed of the story: “This is Phony News. He did interviews on the transport and afterward got off to take photographs and sign sheets with the crowd.”
A representative for the gathering disclosed to Breitbart London: “Nigel Farage touched base at Rochester to be welcomed by 50-60 nearby supporters. Three enemy of Brexit party activists turned up with milkshakes, they were giggled at and addressed by the police and put their beverages down. Farage led a couple of meetings on the open-bested transport at that point came down to address supporters and neighborhood campaigners.”
The story pursues a real milkshake being tossed on Mr Farage amid a battle stop on Monday. A 32-year-elderly person was captured on doubt of regular strike after the assault and Mr Farage is accounted for to press charges.