AN IRISH comedian has posted a hilarious video of his alter ego ranting as he drives by the Houses of Parliament in London.
Sir Stevo Timothy was in the English capital for two gigs at 229 The Venue, the second of which takes place tonight.
However he couldn’t resist having his alter ego Farmer Michael and his long-suffering wife Kathleen record one of their trademark videos while in town.
— Sir Stevo Timothy (@SirStevoTimothy) 16 June 2018
As Kathleen – played by Stevo's partner Sinead – tries to placate him, a patriotic Michael rants in typically apoplectic fashion.
“We’re in the home of the enemy!” he screams, before ranting about David Cameron and Theresa May.
He then plays Come Out Ye Black and Tans on the stereo while singing along.
While it’s all in jest, Stevo revealed on Twitter he actually got into a spot of bother with the police while driving in London.
"I actually tried to park on the footpath outside Buckingham Palace today,” he wrote.
“Cops pull up. Sinead apologised and told them it's because we are Irish!”
Stevo’s talents and his Farmer Michael videos have seen him amass over 70,000 subscribers on YouTube and almost 300,000 followers on Facebook.
The couple’s show, Michael and Kathleen and Friends, moves on to Swansea tomorrow where they play the Garage in Uplands.