Boris Johnson ‘neuters Dilyn the Jack Russell to halt romantic urges’ that noticed him consistently humping people’s legs in Downing Street

  • Dilyn, the Downing Street dog, reportedly went less than the knife to limit his libido 
  • PM Boris Johnson had formerly commented on dog’s ‘endless’ intimate urges 
  • He advised dog handlers at Surrey Law enforcement HQ about Dilyn ‘getting on people’s legs’

Dilyn, the Johnson’s Downing Road pet, has been neutered in a bid to reduce again on his ‘endless’ intimate urges that sees him humping people’s legs.

It has been disclosed that the Johnsons made a decision to choose for the course of action in buy to limit Dilyn’s libido, The Sun reports. 

With non-unexpected emergency vets strategies resuming, the hound a short while ago went below the knife following Boris Johnson previous 7 days moaned of his Jack Russell’s romantic urges.

The PM had complained that his and Carrie’s pup is ‘endlessly’ up ‘on people’s legs’ in the course of a pay a visit to to Surrey Police’s headquarters in Guildford. 

Dilyn, the Johnson’s Downing Avenue puppy, (pictured earlier mentioned) has been neutered in a bid to minimize again on his ‘endless’ intimate urges that sees him humping people’s legs

The PM complained that his and Carrie's pet is 'endlessly' up 'on people's legs' in Downing Street

The PM complained that his and Carrie’s pet is ‘endlessly’ up ‘on people’s legs’ in Downing Street

Speaking about police dog and German Shephard, Zorro, Mr Johnson asked: ‘Do you have to worry about his romantic urges?’

After staying told there had been no this sort of considerations with Zorro, Mr Johnson shook his head and explained ‘my canine is endless…. on people’s legs’.

Home Secretary Priti Patel, accompanying the Prime Minister on his stop by, laughed as Mr Johnson discussed the circumstance.

Dilyn’s electrical power is well-recognised throughout Downing Road, obtaining preceding costly operate-ins with antique furniture at Chequers and staying pictured bounding ahead of Boris and his son Wilfred in Buckinghamshire before this thirty day period.

Jack Russell-cross Dilyn was brought into Downing Street as a puppy by Mr Johnson and his wife Carrie (pictured) in 2019

Jack Russell-cross Dilyn was introduced into Downing Avenue as a puppy by Mr Johnson and his spouse Carrie (pictured) in 2019

Dilyn was abandoned by a Welsh farmer for having a misaligned jaw just before he was taken in as a rescue pup by Boris and Carrie in 2019.

Mr Johnson is on a regular basis viewed out running with his pet on a guide.

At occasions he has appeared to be battling to regulate the animal as it confirmed an desire in ducks or passers by. 



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