Boris Johnsons secret hobby is just as wild as Theresa May running through fields of wheat

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Boris Johnson has revealed he makes models of buses out of old wine crates to relax and its just as boring as Theresa Mays naughty confession.

While the Tory leadership front-runner has remained pretty quit during his campaign to become prime minister he wouldnt stop chatting about his hobby.

The former mayor of London, whose term in office included the introduction of the new Boris bus to the capitals streets, said he liked to unwind by painting passengers enjoying themselves on his model vehicles.

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Wild.

He told TalkRadio: I like to paint or I make things. I get old wooden crates, right? And I paint them.

Boris Johnson is interviewed for talkRADIO by Ross Kempsell where he claimed a strange pastime. See SWNS story SWCAboris. Boris Johnson has revealed in a rare interview that to de-stress he likes to paint model buses with "passengers enjoying themselves". In a bizarre turn during a TalkRadio interview the favourite to become Britain's next Prime Minister said that he likes to paint wine crates like London buses. Johnson said: "I like to paint, I like to make things. "I have a thing where I paint models, I make models of buses."

Boris Johnson has revealed his secret hobby (Picture: SWNS)

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I suppose its a box thats been used to contain two wine bottles.

It will have a dividing thing, and I turn it into a bus and I put passengers…

I paint the passengers enjoying themselves on the wonderful bus. Low carbon, of a kind that we brought to the streets of London that reduces CO2, reduces nitrous oxide, reducing pollution.

Even interviewer Ross Kempsell, who was there with him, appeared to regret he even asked the question and responded youre making cardboard buses, when Boris asked if he really wanted to know this.

Kempsell continued by saying okay and great until Boris eventually moved on.

Former Mayor of London Boris Johnson before he boards the Vote Leave campaign bus in Truro, Cornwall, ahead of its inaugural journey which will criss-cross the country over the coming weeks to take the Brexit message to all corners of the UK before the June 23 referendum.

Simon McCoy referenced Boris infamous Vote Leave bus (Picture: PA)

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