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Peter Crouch mocks Theresa May’s bizarre dancing, saying ‘she’s going through my repertoire’


PETER Crouch has mocked Theresa May’s odd dancing – saying she’s copying all of his old moves.

The former England striker spoke out after the Prime Minister was filmed throwing more bizarre shapes around yesterday as part of her trip to Africa.

 Peter Crouch has mocked Theresa May's dancing on Twitter

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Peter Crouch has mocked Theresa May’s dancing on Twitter

It was the second time in three days she was busting her moves around – this time it was with a group of UN scouts in Kenya.

She was seen twirling around and getting her boogie on to the beat again as she wrapped up a trade trip.

Today Stoke City’s Crouch said she was nicking his dance moves.

He wrote on Twitter: “Ahhhh the old picking apples routine. She’s going straight through my repertoire on this trip.”

 Theresa May put on her dancing shoes again yesterday in Africa
Theresa May put on her dancing shoes again yesterday in Africa
 The PM danced for the second time on her Africa trip - this time in Kenya
The PM danced for the second time on her Africa trip – this time in Kenya
Theresa May’s SECOND awkward dance on trip to Africa

The new pictures emerged just days after Mrs May was seen getting down for a boogie with African school kids.

She admitted getting an invite on Strictly wasn’t likely after her toe-curling moves were put on display.

The PM, 61, swayed awkwardly from side to side and bobbed up and down as she was greeted by a group of dancing pupils.

She was widely mocked on social media for her odd moves – comparing her to Peter Crouch’s robot dance and an excruciating scene from The Inbetweeners Movie.

The footballer joked about her moves earlier this week too.

When the first video of shuffling emerged, he tweeted: “rhythm is a dancer. Its a soul companion, you can feel it everywhere.”

 He made fun of her moves earlier this week too

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He made fun of her moves earlier this week too
Theresa May’s VERY awkward dancing with school kids in South Africa





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