Jemima reacts to vulgar dance moves during PML-N protests in Surrey

LAHORE — Jemima Goldsmith, the ex-wife of PTI chairman Imran Khan, shared a clip of PML-N protesters showing nonsensical dancing moves outside her mother’s residence in Surrey on Wednesday.

In the frenetic clip, supporters of Pakistan’s ruling party can be seen showing silly dance moves.

“Let’s play charades – what is that protester on the right outside my mum’s house miming after threatening to come into my room? Keeping it classy as always, PML-N,” the British socialite wrote on the official handle.

Supporters of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and former Pakistani ruling Tehreek-i-Insaf clash in Britain as a group celebrates the ousting of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and the another protests.

Another clip of British police officers on duty can be seen having a biryani. PML-N distributed a famous Pakistani dish among protesters who demonstrated outside Khan’s residence.

A group of men also threatened to break into the bedrooms of the former prime minister’s family members, saying that if PTI supporters did not stop protesting outside Sharif’s residence.

Jemima even asked British cops if such threats were legal. The former cricketer-turned-politician wife said there were protests outside her home, her children were targeted and she faced anti-Semitic abuse on social media. “It’s almost like I’m back in Lahore in the 90s,” she wrote on Twitter.

Ousted Pakistani Prime Minister Imran was married to a British screenwriter from 1995 to 2004 and the two also share two boys, Kasim and Sulaiman. The 48-year-old moved to London after her divorce, where she has since lived with her sons.