Piers Corbyn leads Covid denier chant ‘wearing a mask is like trying to fart in your pants’

Piers Corbyn and his gang of anti-masks have released a song recorded on a subway in protest against wearing face coverings.

The one-sentence chant — which Corbyn at one point seemed to forget the words — was filmed on the London Underground.

It is extremely embarrassing for Sadiq Khan, who is desperately trying to encourage passengers to wear masks on Transport for London trains.

The composer behind the song is not fully known, but the video opens with an eloquent man reading The Light, an anti-lockdown publication.

He suddenly looks up and furiously throws away his tattered white mask. The man looks around the carriage and then says, “You know, wearing a mask is like trying to fart in your pants.”

The very simple music video was filmed on the London Underground by the anti-mask mob

The very simple music video was filmed on the London Underground by the anti-mask mob

Corbyn seemed to be energized by the vocals, which had few lyrics and an uncomplicated tune

Corbyn seemed to be energized by the vocals, which had few lyrics and an uncomplicated tune

Corbyn seemed to be energized by the vocals, which had few lyrics and an uncomplicated tune

Corbyn was seen peeling off a TfL sticker asking people to wear masks when travelling

Corbyn was seen peeling off a TfL sticker asking people to wear masks when travelling

Corbyn was seen peeling off a TfL sticker asking people to wear masks when travelling

He rises to reveal another unmasked lady who joins in repeating the mantra.

As he walks through the carriage, he encounters three other people, including Corbyn, dressed in his trusty t-shirt and jacket.

They all join in enthusiastically, meeting others as they go through the train, before a slight change in the lyrics throws the tune in a slightly new direction.

Now they sing, ‘How are you? It’s like trying to fart in your pants.

There was widespread ridicule for the song on Twitter from users including broadcaster Jeremy Vine

There was widespread ridicule for the song on Twitter from users including broadcaster Jeremy Vine

There was widespread ridicule for the song on Twitter from users including broadcaster Jeremy Vine

Professor Whitty had given a talk on cholera in a lecture hall believed to have been in London.  But it was hijacked by Corbyn and his conspiracy team, who broke off the event by refusing to let him finish his speech.

Professor Whitty had given a talk on cholera in a lecture hall believed to have been in London.  But it was hijacked by Corbyn and his conspiracy team, who broke off the event by refusing to let him finish his speech.

Professor Whitty had given a talk on cholera in a lecture hall believed to have been in London. But it was hijacked by Corbyn and his conspiracy team, who broke off the event by refusing to let him finish his speech.

He chided him with questions before bursting out cries of 'arrest Chris Whitty' and shouting what he claimed to be 'fascism in Europe and the world' as the professor looked on politely

He chided him with questions before bursting out cries of 'arrest Chris Whitty' and shouting what he claimed to be 'fascism in Europe and the world' as the professor looked on politely

He chided him with questions before bursting out cries of ‘arrest Chris Whitty’ and shouting what he claimed to be ‘fascism in Europe and the world’ as the professor looked on politely

Former Labor leader Jeremy's older brother, 74, broke off the Chief Medical Officer's speech on cholera before insulting him with insults

Former Labor leader Jeremy's older brother, 74, broke off the Chief Medical Officer's speech on cholera before insulting him with insults

Former Labor leader Jeremy’s older brother, 74, broke off the Chief Medical Officer’s speech on cholera before insulting him with insults

What is the lyrics to ‘Wearing a mask is like trying to keep a fart in your pants’?

‘You know wearing a mask is like holding a fart in your pants’

‘wearing a mask is like farting in your pants x 5

‘How is it going? It’s like trying to fart in your pants x 2

‘Wearing a mask is like farting in your pants x 2

‘How is it going? It’s like trying to fart twice in your pants.’

Performed by Stop New Normal Singers. Music and lyrics: Chris A.

Corbyn seems particularly taken with the song, waving his arms as if conducting them at one point.

Then he can be seen on film tearing one of the stickers and asking people to wear a mask from the window.

Then he yells, “So new world order, we’ve never followed any of your crazy dictates and never will.”

They all shout again and again ‘resist, defy, disobey’.’

The video ends after just a minute and a half, but Corbyn proudly put it online.

In a surprising foray into the arts that theater impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber is unlikely to bother, he calls it “Unmasked TFL: The musical.”

Corbyn writes, “One of the ways to try to defeat tyranny is to ridicule it.”

He is then careful to give credit to those behind the performance, announcing “Stop New Normal Singers.” Music and lyrics: Chris A’.

The achievements have been ridiculed mainly online.

Announcer Jeremy Vine said: ‘This ‘song’ has only one line, but Piers Corbyn keeps forgetting it.’

Boris Johnson speaks at a press conference after cases of the new variant were confirmed

Boris Johnson speaks at a press conference after cases of the new variant were confirmed

Boris Johnson speaks at a press conference after cases of the new variant were confirmed

New Covid Restrictions to Fight the Omicron Variant

  • All arrivals to the UK after 4pm on Tuesday must undergo a PCR test, rather than a lateral flow, on day two and isolate at home until they get the result;
  • All contacts of someone found to be infected with the Omicron variant must be self-isolated for 10 days;
  • Face masks are mandatory in shops and in public transport from Tuesday;
  • Seven other countries in southern Africa have been placed on the UK’s red list as of 4am this morning. Only British residents can come to the UK after visiting Red List sites, and even then they must be quarantined.

Psychology student Will Reid added: “Look out Mariah Carey, Piers Corbyn and the #Covidiots are coming for your Christmas number one with their perfect harmony.”

And violinist Mont Marcey questioned the unmasking element of the lyrics.

He said, “Never get in an elevator with Piers Corbyn.”

On Saturday, Boris Johnson announced changes to the testing and isolation rules, and Mandatory masks in shops and on trains to prevent the spread of the highly transmissible new variant Omicron.

At a hastily organized press conference in Downing Street, the prime minister painted a grim picture of the potential threat posed by the new ‘super-mutant’ species – admitting he cannot guarantee Christmas will go ahead as hoped.

Johnson reversed the unlock when he extended travel bans and forced second-day PCR testing for arrivals in Britain

He also made face masks mandatory in shops and on trains.

All arrivals in the country must self-isolate until they receive a negative result from a gold standard test – which can identify the carriers of Omicron.

All contacts of people infected with the variant must stay at home for 10 days.

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