'Zayn Malik' grills David Cameron at election TV debate

The prime minister looked a bit confused

Jon Stone
Friday 27 March 2015 09:38
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David Cameron seemed to be expecting the 1D star
David Cameron seemed to be expecting the 1D star

Twitter got very excited last night after when presenter Kay Burley called one 'Zayn Malik' to ask David Cameron a question.

Could the One Direction star be launching a career as a political pundit? Judging by his face, for a moment David Cameron appeared to believe so.

"It's almost as if we planned it," said Kay Burley.

Had the 1D star aged since his last public appearance?

Mr Malik, who was in fact a police officer, wanted to know whether the Prime Minister was going to end police cuts.

This morning Ms Burley tweeted that "Zaid was flattered" to be called Zayn.

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