Comrade Johnson or 'Red Boris' as he's known round these parts, hit the headlines after it was revealed he had hired a Fidel Castro costume during the Mayoral campaign.
The costume was donned by a Back Boris campaign member who wore it while harassing Ken Livingstone around London.
The full election expenses seen by the Troll today, show that the stunt cost the campaign several hundred pounds. However, I think you will agree that it achieved truly hee-larious results.
Mind you it's a good job they didn't go in for dressing up in top hats or anything though eh? That would have been like soooo negative, and like soooo beneath a modern political party.
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The full details of Boris' election expenses and donations are now available at City Hall, and the Troll has spent the day trawling through the names.
Of the initial crop, a couple of names stand out. First of all is Addison Lee, the largest minicab and private hire company in the capital who donated 25,000 to Boris's campaign.
Quite why they donated so much, I don't know. But the new regime certainly seems to be working out well for them.
Another name that crops up is Edmund Lazarus who was given a place on the LDA board after donating £22,500 to the campaign.
And lastly we have the United & Cecil Club, who were accused earlier this year of using parliamentary facilities to raise Tory donations. Surely that's not the case here chaps?
In total Boris and the Tories received £596,173.25 of cash and notional donations, most of which seems to have been spent on oyster card holders, keyrings and leaflets.
But with almost 200 individuals and organisations contributing to the pot, there will be many more waiting with interest to see just what Red Boris does in the coming months and years.