Graham just can't get enough of Latvia

Notorious human being Graham 'W' Phillips announced via social media Wednesday that he had returned to Latvia despite being unceremoniously deported from the country in March.

The former Russia Today pseudo-reporter posted pictures of himself apparently strolling the streets of Daugavpils, resplendent in Union Jack T-shirt.

Phillips is a Scot by birth so it would be interesting to see him promenade through certain parts of Glasgow in the same outfit. 

Explaining the rationale for his one-man invasion force in the manner of John Rambo, Phillips reverted to his characteristic promise of imminent "reportage" for outlets including his own personal YouTube channel and, well, that's all actually.

The former stand-up comedian will be informing the world in his own inimitable style on pressing matters such as Britain's Brexit referendum and the question of whether or not freedom of expression exists in Latvia.

We can answer that one for you Graham: yes it does. You are a dome-headed, pop-eyed twerp of the first order of magnitude and no-one made us say that, nor will anyone ask us to remove it.

However, self-censorship does exist in Latvia as we really wanted to say "twat" instead of "twerp" but decided against it.

We won't bother supplying links to Graham's social media profiles as they really are awful.

Graham was deported from Latvia after repeatedly interfering with a controversial parade on March 16. His farewell piece of exclusive reportage was broadcast from a toilet as border guards waited for him to finish taking a dump.

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