In any other politician's hands, delivering a speech to lay out the "liberal cosmopolitan" case for leaving the EU would have been a fairly run-of-the-mill press conference.
But this is Boris Johnson we're talking about.
Much to the bemusement of the Twitter masses, the former mayor's free time has clearly been taken up with learning German, as his attempt at making a persuasive speech to leave the EU descended into singing a bar of "Ode to Joy" in German shows.
Watch a vine of Boris's performance below:
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Despite overshadowing the rest of his argument with his dulcet tones, the Uxbridge MP gave a relatively serious speech.
He drew attention to the"continuing and accelerating effort to build a country called Europe" that had "seriously compromised" Britain's independence that was forcing him to campaign to leave the EU.
"I believe we would be mad not to take this once-in-a-lifetime chance to walk through that door because the truth is it is not we who have changed.
"It is the EU that has changed out of all recognition; and to keep insisting that the EU is about economics is like saying the Italian Mafia is interested in olive oil and real estate."
He also laid out five questions he believes the vote leave camp needs to relentlessly ask the remain campaign in the run-up to 23 June.