Boris Johnson says the naughtiest thing he has ever done is riding his bicycle on the pavement.
The Prime Minister was previously asked the question on Sky News, but declined to answer saying he needed more time to think about it.
Asked again on Sky News’s Sophy Ridge On Sunday programme this week, Mr Johnson exclaimed: “Oh no, not this again”.
He then asked his aides to provide him with suggestions of the naughtiest thing they had witnessed him do.
Mr Johnson then said: “I think I may sometimes, how can I put this, I may sometimes when I was riding a bicycle every day – which I used to do – I may sometimes have not always obeyed the law about cycling on the pavement.
“But I want you to know how firmly and strongly I disapprove of people who cycle on the pavement and I think it’s wrong and I feel bad about it but I might sometimes have scooted up onto the pavement rather than dismounting before.”
Asked if that was actually the naughtiest thing he had ever done, he replied: “No, no, it was a very careful rubric. What you said was the naughtiest thing that I was prepared to admit…”
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Much has been made of Mr Johnson’s past record, which has included being sacked as a Times journalist for making up a quote and lying to then-Tory leader Michael Howard about his affair with journalist Petronella Wyatt – another decision that saw him sacked, this time from his role as a shadow minister.
Ed Davey, deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats, said there were “far naughtier” things that the PM could have mentioned.
“From lying to the Queen to insulting single mothers, Boris Johnson has done far naughtier things than cycling on the pavement,” he said.
The same question brought one of the stand-out moments of the 2017 election campaign when Theresa May said her naughtiest moment was running through fields of wheat on local farms when she was growing up.
The answer was widely mocked and commentators used it to show how uncomfortable Mrs May was at being the focal point of a general election campaign.
Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn was asked a different version of the question by ITV’s Julie Etchingham last week when she quizzed him on what the “most romantic sort of wild and reckless thing you’ve ever done” was.
Mr Corbyn replied: “You can’t ask that question on television!”, before admitting it was “wonderful holidays” with his wife, Laura Alvarez.