BORIS Johnson has had his randy dog Dilyn neutered to stop him humping legs.
The Prime Minister admitted last week that the Jack Russell-cross’s “romantic urges” were out of control.
And now that vets’ procedures are up and running post-confinamento, the terrier has got his comeuppance.
Rescue dog Dilyn arrived at Downing Street in 2019, shortly after Mr Johnson and wife Carrie got the keys to No10.
Desde então, the so-called First Doggy has repeatedly hit the headlines for bad behaviour.
He was accused of jumping on antique furniture and peeing in staff’s handbags.
The PM’s former chief adviser Dominic Cummings is said to hold a grudge against Dilyn amid claims the dog tried to hump his leg at Chequers.
This week the PM met German shepherd Zorro while visiting a police dog academy in Guildford, Surrey.
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Chatting with the dog’s handlers, Mr Johnson asked: “Do you have to worry about his romantic urges?”
After being told Zorro was a good boy, the PM shook his head and chuckled: “My dog is endless…. on people’s legs.”