The parody inflight drinks include a “Bojohito” that includes a “dash of deceitfulness” and a “Virgin Vax on the Beach” — though passengers can “bring [their] own booze” to give it a kick.
On Monday, it emerged that Johnson’s principal private secretary, Martin Reynolds, had emailed an invitation to more than 100 Downing Street staffers to “socially distanced drinks in the No. 10 garden” on May 20, 2020.
The email, which has been independently confirmed by CNN, told guests to “make the most of the lovely weather.” Johnson admitted in parliament on Wednesday that he attended the event.
“It was a pretty easy word to follow, but not when your leader doesn’t know/understand the word either,” the tweet said.
It’s not the first time that Ryanair has trolled the UK government over officials breaking their own pandemic rules.
Europe’s busiest airline has been unforgiving in its criticism of Johnson’s overall handling of the pandemic.