In a move that surprised all those in attendance, Labour leader, Ed Miliband stopped an interview and like John Terry jumping onto a team-mates girlfriend, he jumped on a passing bandwagon.
The sudden leap onto the passing bandwagon happened as Ed Miliband was giving media interviews about the 'Occupy LSX' protests. 'We must listen to what these protesters have to say' he told us, 'capitalism is built on greed, and will only benefit those who are already extremely wealthy'
That is when the remarkable stunt happened. 'But weren't you part of a Government that embraced capitalism and all that it brings?' was the question posed by one reporter. 'Yes, but that was then' replied Mr Miliband without even a hint of sarcasm 'but now these people are gaining popular support, I agree with them'. Without a pause, Mr Miliband then ran 20 yards and jumped on a passing bandwagon.
There is now a genuine concern amongst his close friends and advisors. 'It's not the first time he's done this' one party source told us. 'The last time was when he was speaking at the 'March for an Alternative'. When asked what the alternative was, the bandwagon swooped in front of the stage and he duly boarded'
'He can get away with it now, but if he ever faces a vote of no confidence, I fear he will vote against himself'
'Here he goes again' was the reaction of another party member stood at the back of the group, who wished remain anonymous. 'He was always doing this as a kid, this would never of happened if they had voted for me'