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A man says he ‘thought he was dreaming’ when he woke at 6am to find Boris Johnson in his home surrounded by police.

He asked ‘bro, how the f**k did I get raided and Boris Johnson’s there?’ following the bizarre incident on Wednesday morning.

Footage of the encounter emerged when the Prime Minister attended a police raid on Wednesday with specialist officers near Lewisham, south London.

In a video posted on SnapChat, the man holding the phone asks ‘wagwan Boris?’

The smiling Tory leader, who is wearing a protective vest, replies: ‘Good morning, how are you doing?’

In a separate video, the man filming said he ‘felt like he was in a film, fam’.

‘This is actually mad. I saw Boris Johnson in my face’, he added. ‘Do you know how drunk I was last night? I feel like a madman.

‘I woke up to a 6am raid and Boris Johnson’s in my face. Bro, how the f*ck did I get raided and Boris Johnson’s there?’

(Picture: TikTok)

The PM said: ‘Good morning, how are you doing?’ (Picture: TikTok)

Boris filmed by person whose home he's raiding

The person filming said he ‘felt like a madman’ when he woke up (Picture: TikTok)

The outgoing PM referenced the events of the morning later on, saying: ‘I can tell you how important is the element of surprise.’

He added: ‘The gentleman… was suddenly surprised to see me at the foot of his bed at 5.30 in the morning, he seemed remarkably pleased actually.’

The Metropolitan Police said it made an arrest in relation to further enquiries after the operation.

A man in 20s was arrested at a different address, in York Hill, Lambeth, on suspicion of supplying class A drugs.

It comes as Mr Johnson embarks on a farewell tour around the UK after being booted out Downing Street by his own party.

The British politician is using his last week in Number 10 to highlight his successes during his three years in office.

His trip out in the capital followed a Telegraph report saying cops are being told to focus on the basics of policing by Home Secretary Priti Patel.

A report by the Policy Exchange think tank claims the public feel officers are being distracted by so-called ‘woke’ causes.

Mr Johnson appeared to defend officers today, noting that class B drugs, paraphernalia and a suspected drugs line phone were found in some properties on the raid.

‘Well, I’ve just seen them. I tell you what, I’ve just seen a bunch of police officers who woke quite a lot of drug dealers this morning and they woke them long before they were expecting to have their breakfast’, he said.

‘They woke them with warrants, and they woke them with the news that they were under arrest for causing misery in the communities of London.

‘And that’s what I want the police to do, that’s what Priti wants them to do. I thank them for what they’re doing. They’re doing an absolutely fantastic job.’

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