[VIDEO] Man throws milkshake at Brexiteer Nigel Farage

Hardlined Brexiteer and leader of the Brexit Party in the United Kingdom was hit with a banana and salted caramel milkshake during a campaign walkabout in Newcastle.

He had delivered a short speech as part of his election campaign.

Farage was furious and can be heard telling his security detail - 'complete failure, you could have spotted that a mile away' as he walks off dripping.

The man was taken away by police.

This comes after a spate of milkshake attacks against British politicians recently - to the extent that police asked a nearby McDonald's not to sell ice-cream and milkshakes before the rally.

It seems milkshakes have replaced eggs as the protest tool of choice...

Then Burger King used the opportunity to humourously weigh in...

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