NIGEL Farage had allegedly refused to get out of his Brexit Party bus today because people gathered around it carried milkshakes.
It comes days after the party leader was covered by caramel shaking during the Newcastle campaign.
Bus driver Michael Botton told Kent Live: "There were a couple of boys are standing with milkshakes, they were to throw them over him.
"But the police are there we have seen them and now Nigel is not leaving the bus."
Three young men are said to have seen drinks, supposedly with covered faces.
After Farage and his security detail were notified, the Brexit Party leader was advised not to get out of the bus.
According to Kent Live, the former ukip man eventually went off the bus but remained close to the vehicle when he spoke to supporters.
Reporter on stage, Will Rider, said: "He was stuck in the bus for years and wouldn't come out."
"Finally came out, but he only walked about a meter away and chatted to some followers. He quickly came back on the bus.
" At all the other places he stopped and went down the main street. " "HOW CAN IT HAVE?"
Another group of men with drinks close to the bus was also thought to be ice cream and was spoken to the police after shouting anti-Farage slogan.
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Earlier this week, Farage had a 5.25 milkshake
Paul Crowther, 32, has been accused of common assault and criminal injuries, police confirmed.
Crowther, a customer service representative in Sky, will appear in North Tyneside Magistrates Court on June 18.
After the shake was chucked, furious Mr Farage could be heard moaned by his bodyguard's "complete failure" when they whisked him away.
He added : "You could have seen that a kilometer v eke "and" How could this happen? "
The leader told journalists Fi ve Guys banana and salted caramel shake was" yobbo flavored "- and he allegedly gave a statement to Northumbria Police.
Former EDL leader Tommy Robinson and Ukip candidate Carl Benjamin were both targeted in the Last few weeks.
No step was taken against one of the men, even though both were asked by the police.
Milkshake incident today comes despite McDonald's branches in Edinburgh, where there are signs that milkshakes and ice cream would not be for sale prior to Brexit party rallies.
Fast food chain claimed the police had asked them not to sell shakes or ice cream to stop any embarrassing splatters.
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Farage's attacks have been widely condemned by other politicians, with Brexit Minister James. Clearly, people should debate rather than "attack political opponents."
Jo Cox's widower Brendan Cox also said politicians should be able to "campaign without harassment, intimidation and abuse".
Farage – whose broad Brexit party is leading polls – counts Britain before elections to the European Parliament on Thursday.