Nigel Farage had allegedly refused to get out of his Brexit Party bus today because people gathered about 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 few men standing with milkshakes, they were to throw them over him."
"But the police are there we have seen them, and now Nigel is not going by bus."
Three young men are said to have been transporting drinks at the campaign in Rochester, supposedly with covered faces.
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After Farage and his security detail were warned, and the Brexit Party leader was advised not to get out of the bus.
According to Kent Live, the ex-Ukip ultimately beat the bus, but remained close to the vehicle as he spoke to supporters.
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