If David Cameron has taken a leaf out of Jeremy Corbyn's book and decided to hit up the UK's festivals this summer, he isn't exactly slumming it in your average mud-filled field.
The former Prime Minister was spotted at the decidedly upmarket Wilderness festival (they 'put on' yoga workshops) in Oxfordshire by unsuspecting festival goers. He appeared in the background of a selfie taken by Labour activist Vanessa Price and in a photo with a woman wearing a Corbyn-themed jacket.
'Where's Wally? Can you spot the photo bomber?' gig-goer Vanessa Price wrote on Twitter, while Lucy Edwards captioned her Instagram post by writing: 'Couldn't have even planned it… big Dave C in the house, shame he can't read.'
Price told the BBC: 'We took the selfie and then Steve looked at it and said, 'oh my God, I think that's David Cameron.' I couldn't believe he was staring at the camera – I don't think he was having a good time.'
People were thoroughly enjoying Edwards' Instagram post, commenting 'THIS IS THE BEST THING THAT'S HAPPENED IN POLITICS SINCE I DON'T KNOW WHEN', 'Best. Photo. Ever 👊🏻' and 'I'm howlin'.
Wilderness is located in Cornbury Park near the Camerons' Oxfordshire home and boasts a lakeside spa, yoga workshops and a Sunday Cricket match.
Cameron's appearance came after Conservative MP George Freeman announced plans for a 'Tory Glastonbury' in September. The Norfolk MP is keen to organise a one-day festival in response to the popularity of Corbyn's Glastonbury appearance in the hopes of boosting the party's dwindling grassroots support.
By the looks of things, you've certainly got one Tory's support.