You Write the Caption - 20/09/13
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Friday 20 September 2013
Manu Tuilagi: "Ok Jonny, see if you can get the ball through the posts"
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Just for your information, here's the real caption: British and Irish Lions rugby player Manu Tuilagi (3rd R) gestures behind the head of British Prime Minister David Cameron (3rd L) during a photocall outside 10 Downing Street in London, on September 16, 2013. Tuilagi has apologised for playing a prank on Prime Minister David Cameron during a photo call at Downing Street on Monday. As Cameron lined up for a picture alongside members of the Lions squad that secured a 2-1 series victory over Australia in July, Tuilagi put his hand behind the Conservative Party leader's head and gave him 'bunny ears'. AFP PHOTO / CHRIS HARRIS/POOL (Photo credit should read CHRIS HARRIS/AFP/Getty Images)
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