Matt Hancock merchandise floods eBay after affair scandal – including a £35 life-size cutout

HILARIOUS Matt Hancock merch has flooded the internet in the wake of his affair with his closest aide being exposed.

Comical commodities including a £35 cutout of the ex-Health Secretary and birthday cards with witty slogans alluding to his extra-marital activities have appeared on eBay.

It comes after he handed in his resignation in the wake of The Sun revealing his affair with Gina Coladangelo, 43, who he hired with taxpayers money as Covid gripped the country.

Now online sellers have taken advantage of his sexual encounters being uncovered by cashing in on the scandal.

One stockist is auctioning off a life-size cutout of Mr Hancock that you can purchase for £34.97 and less than a handful are left.

Donning a navy suit and beaming at the camera, the makers of the cardboard model have even kindly added on a few inches – to his height.

The 6ft 3in figurine is even made in the UK, the nation Mr Hancock instructed to follow social distancing rules while he was getting up close and personal with his aide.

Among the other amusing buys is a rib-tickling birthday card sporting the government's humdrum slogan of "hands, face, space".

The disgraced politician is pictured beaming amongst a blast of confetti on the card with the well wishes :"For your birthday Matt Hancock says… Hands, face, back to my place."

The internet has been engulfed with wisecracks about his pulling techniques after he was pictured in a steamy clinch at his Whitehall office.

Shadow Cabinet Office Minister Fleur Anderson has reported Hancock to the police over possible breaches of Covid rules – which he himself laid out for Brits.

It's claimed the Labour MP lodged a complaint because she "wants to know, we want to know, whether Matt Hancock did break the law in his actions," Shadow Housing Secretary Lucy Powell told Sky News.

Married Mr Hancock was branded a hypocrite for canoodling with his mistress despite preaching to the nation to hug “carefully”.

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