You need to see Boris Johnson struggle to make a sandwich in Subway

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Boris Johnson visited a Subway branch in Uxbridge and got behind the counter to rustle up a sandwich - but he really didn't seem to find it easy.

After fumbling about getting some plastic gloves on, he gazed confusingly at one of the seeded types of bread and asked: "What sort of bread is it? Is it a bap?".

His confusion clearly continued as he followed up with: "Do you get the tomatoes ready sliced?"

Boris Johnson at Subway
(Scott D'Arcy/PA)

Boris Johnson at Subway
(Scott D'Arcy/PA)

Boris didn't actually eat the sandwich himself, explaining on arrival "I've just had a huge load of fish and chips".

But he did take an interest in Subway's growth in sales, contemplating: "What does that tell us about the world? Why is it growing so fast? Is it that nobody has an office canteen any more?"

Boris Johnson at Subway
(Scott D'Arcy/PA)

Boris Johnson at Subway
(Scott D'Arcy/PA)

When asked if Boris would make a good sandwich artist, Greg Madigan, area development manager for Subway in the UK, said: "With a bit more work, maybe."

He added: "It was a full sandwich."

To be honest, we probably wouldn't complain if we got a sandwich with THAT much filling. Talk about getting your money's worth...