Suella Braverman, former Home Secretary under Rishi Sunak’s government, notorious for her pro-zionist and anti-immigration stand, was pranked by one of the country’s comedy programmes into accepting its “D* of the Year” award in person.

YouTube comedians, Joshua Pieters and Archie Manners, hired by the comedy show “The Last Leg”, tricked the ex-secretary into believing they were constituents of a fake fishing firm called “Fareham Fishing” in her constituency.

Last week, Braverman, who has adopted a tough stance against small boat migrants trying to cross the English Channel, attended what she believed to be a small boat naming ceremony on the Wallington River, in Fareham.


However, during the segment, as she cut a red ribbon to unveil the plaque, it instead named her as the winner of the humiliating award given only to personalities who are most hated.

The prankster hosts personally awarded Braverman the prize before walking off the pier, leaving her slightly stunned.

After an awkward few moments, Braverman was seen looking toward her staff before saying: “I’m not sure what that is all about”.

Each year “The Last Leg” gives the award to an unwitting public figure, who is chosen by viewers and the show’s hosts.

It is to note that Suella was recently sacked from her post by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak who previously reinstated her but is now a target of her criticism.

Ms. Baverman wrote a piece in a newspaper where she accused the police of “playing favorites”, criticising the Metropolitan Police’s handling of what she called a “pro-Palestine mob”.