David Cameron seems to be looking forward to unemployment.
The soon-to-be-former UK prime minister announced Monday that he would officially step down on Wednesday, paving the way for Theresa May to become the country's next leader.
After he wrapped up the press conference, Cameron walked away with his microphone still live — and started singing.
Wow, Cameron announces his resignation as prime minister, then walks back inside *singing* while still mic'd: pic.twitter.com/wb4adNcCnk
— (((Yair Rosenberg))) (@Yair_Rosenberg) July 11, 2016
“Dooo dooo do do," Cameron sings as he walks back into 10 Downing St. "Right. Good."
Cameron's joyful exit was, to absolutely no one's surprise, a hit on Twitter:
Also, I'm sort of embarrassed David Cameron and I do the same nervous singing when we're trying to claw our way our of an awkward situation
— Allison Kilkenny (@allisonkilkenny) July 11, 2016
How long before someone samples #DavidCameron's 'doo doo de doo' song and turns it into a rare drum and bass track?
— David de Vynél (@deVynel) July 11, 2016
TUTORIAL: How To Play The David Cameron "Doo Doo Doo" Song. https://t.co/iOPUgsZ25K
— Friz Frizzle (@FrizFrizzle) July 11, 2016
I can't decide if David Cameron's "doo-doo-doo... right." Is a) the first sign of madness or b) A wonderfully British way to leave a job.
— Alex Norton (@thisisnorton) July 11, 2016
Brexit? You don't get a more British exit that David Cameron's "Doo Doo Doo Doo, right? Good." https://t.co/8r6235Ih5u
— Tom Morton (@tommorton) July 11, 2016
Hopefully Cameron's in a better mood, especially since he got booed at Wimbledon on Sunday.