Nigel Farage has become the latest political figure to be hit by the new craze of dosing politicians in milkshakes.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of common assault for the attack carried out this morning in Newcastle city centre.
The 32-year-old said he did not regret his actions, saying:
“It’s a right of protest against people like him.” 
He further made mention of the flavour of his tasty “weapon”, telling reporters it was a banana and salted caramel milkshake. He said:
“I was quite looking forward to it, but I think it went on a better purpose.” 
Farage can be seen muttering “it’s complete failure” after being on the milkshake’s receiving end, before his security team whisked him away.
The banana and salted caramel attack was caught on camera and uploaded across social media:
— Footyunited (@footyunited) May 20, 2019
This is the third case where far-right figures have been attacked with refrigerated beverages.
UKIP candidate Carl Benjamin got the milkshake treatment yesterday during a visit to Salisbury.
Looks like UKIP European election candidate Carl Benjamin was the latest to get the milkshake treatment during a visit to Salisbury today
— Rebecca Hudson (@OxMailRebecca) May 19, 2019
However, it was Danyaal Mahmud, a customer services advisor from Blackburn, who started the trend after a tense altercation with former EDL leader, Tommy Robinson.
Tommy Robinson having his “rivers of milkshake” moment. pic.twitter.com/wvO58ujvmu
— The Poke (@ThePoke) May 2, 2019
The encounter was shared on social media, resulting in the 23-year-old “getting death threats on social media” for his actions. 
In revelation of this, Dr. Asim Qureshi tweeted:
While another user said:
— Ruck 'n' Roll (@RnRRugby) May 20, 2019
And fast food chain, Burger King, got in on the action:
Dear people of Scotland.
We’re selling milkshakes all weekend.
Love BK #justsaying
— Burger King (@BurgerKingUK) May 18, 2019
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