…also not banned: scratching your arse during a Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph and public urination in the flowerbed at the Queen’s Garden Party.
You see, they don’t need to be banned, because no decent person would dream of doing so…
The politician, who has been pictured with Ed Miliband, has now defended his actions saying he visited Marhaba beach in Sousse to pay his ‘respects’ and pointing out selfies are not ‘banned’.
Ah, the typical truculent reaction of someone caught out doing something beyond the pale, and hoping to bluster his way out of it!
Mr Hussain told MailOnline: ‘We would have asked someone else to take a picture of us, but we were in the moment and we wanted to take a picture with the tribute and flowers we had put down.
‘It has been taken completely out of context. It was all very upsetting and we just wanted to have a reminder of what happened. I just happened to be using a selfie stick as that is what I always use.’
You go to pay your respects, not to take a photo of you doing so for your FarceBook wall, you unfathomably dense sack of (unearned) self-regard!
The moment is about the departed, not about you..!
The Labour candidate, who was brought up in the East-End of London in council housing, was defeated in the May election by a staggering majority and received just 5,290 votes compared to victorious Conservative candidate Ranil Jayawardena’s 35,573 votes.
Clearly, the good voters of your constituency dodged a bullet there.