The news that Brian Coleman believes British Olympians have the 'blood of Tibetans' on their hands and that Boris Johnson has no chance of bringing the games in under budget, is no surprise.
Just last week Coleman was claiming homophobia after being passed over for an job at the LGA and just last month he was condemned for spending tens of thousands of pounds of our money on taxis.
Of course you would think that Labour and the other parties would be hungry for blood after McGrath, Lewis and Parker. But aside from condemning his remarks they have held back from calling for a resignation.
Because with Coleman supplying such a regular chain of gaffes, it is clearly in their interests for him to stay.
In recent years Coleman, who Boris Johnson chose to chair the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, has become something akin to a cash cow for his opposition politicians.
The man who was recently described to me by an ex-assembly member as being "to the right of Genghis Khan" is a regular supplier of outrage, controversy and scandal.
And is in his actions and manner he is as living an embodiment of everything that is objectionable about the Conservative Party as we are ever likely to find.
Boris of course cannot afford another resignation anyway, and Coleman would be highly unlikely to give him one. So for now at least, Coleman is likely to stay.
But if anyone can explain to me why Boris Johnson was happy to appoint such a
walking disaster zone to his team, then I would be really interested to hear it.