JEREMY Corbyn watches another lead slip from his grasp as he grapples with a dog during a walkabout.
The Labour leader met an Alsatian called Acer while chatting to people after attending the funeral of Newport MP Paul Flynn.
Alamy Live News Jeremy Corbyn gets into a muddle with woman and dog
But his grip slipped as a woman with a pram tried to pass — leaving him tied up in knots.
One onlooker said: “He was in a dreadful muddle.”
LONG-standing Labour MP Paul Flynn died at the age of 84.
Mr Flynn, who had been an MP for Newport West since 1987, was hailed a real “hero” by those within his local party.
Alamy Live News Jeremy Corbyn lost his grip when the woman tried to pass by
Alamy Live News Corbyn was holding Acer’s lead when the incident happened
Alamy Live News Jeremy Corbyn was attending the funeral of Newport MP Paul Flynn when he lost his grip on the dog
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Mr Flynn would be “greatly missed”.
He tweeted: “I’m very sad at the passing of my good friend Paul Flynn. He had such love for Newport, knowledge of radical South Wales history and a dry wit.
“He was an independent thinker who was a credit to the Labour Party. He will be greatly missed.”
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