Matt Hancock’s sinister look at child who bumped him while riding dodgems

A mum watched her daughter give Matt Hancock a mighty bump during a stint on funfair dodgems.

Carlene Spicer was enjoying a day out in Chester on Sunday when she started asking herself if she was really watching the UK's Health Secretary whizzing around on a dodgem.

Hilarious photos of her daughter also captured Mr Hancock appearing to give her a sinister stare from across the floor.

Mr Hancock was forced to step down from his position in the cabinet a year ago after damning images surfaced of him getting undeniably hands-on with his aide at a time of covid social distance restrictions.

Earlier this year the 43-year-old told Diary of a CEO host and Dragon’s Den member Steven Bartlett that it was not affair based on casual sex, instead he "fell in love with somebody".

Since being caught in the act with Gina Coladangelo, Mr Hancock has remained the MP for West Suffolk but returned to his home city over the weekend for a day out with his kids.

Carlene was visiting the fair with her daughter, Imogen Spicer, nine, and only spotted Chester-born Hancock as she was watching Imogen on the same ride.

The mum-of-three said: "I saw him and I thought it could be him but when you see someone like that you question yourself.

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"I was thinking, is it him? Is it really him?

"At one point my daughter – who had no idea who he was – even bumped him with her dodgem car.

"When he got off the ride people were coming up to greet him and shake his hand so I knew it must be him.

"He was dressed casually but he wasn't really trying to hide who he was – he hadn't brought sunglasses or a hat.

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"He just seemed like a normal guy out with his kids – like a normal 'weekend dad' like you might pass on the street.

"He seemed very happy, at one point he asked a security guard to take a photo of him and his family.

"I think when too many people started to recognise him, he left."

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