Remember those computer models from The Imperial College which predicted that the coronavirus would kill 500,000 people in the UK, the one that pushed the UK Government to enforce lockdown and social distancing measures?
Well, Neil Ferguson, the man running the show at the Imperial College has just resigned after he was caught breaking lockdown rules.
The Independent reports:
Professor Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist whose modelling convinced Boris Johnson to press ahead with a UK-wide lockdown, stood down from the scientific advisory group for emergencies (Sage) after allegations emerged in the Daily Telegraph.
It was claimed on Tuesday evening that professor Ferguson had allowed a woman to visit him at home in London at least two occasions during the lockdown – despite strict rules against mixing households.
We can only speculate to whether these ‘two visits from a woman’ also included a breach of the social distancing rules as well.
Ferguson has seen the error of his ways and taken the appropriate action, he resigned and made the following statement:
“I accept I made an error of judgement and took the wrong course of action. I have therefore stepped back from my involvement in Sage. I acted in the belief that I was immune, having tested positive for coronavirus, and completely isolated myself for almost two weeks after developing symptoms.” 
So just remember when you’re told to ‘Stay at Home’ and ‘Save Lives’, that the very man that advised these infringements on your basic freedoms doesn’t even take them seriously himself.
Anyway, we thought you might enjoy this little twist of fate.