Inside the former Mayor of Londons motor reveals bags of junk and mud smeared upholstery.
The vehicle's interior was snapped as Johnson left his home today to continue his campaign to be the next PM.
Bookies have him as the runaway favourite to replace Theresa May as PM and leader of the Conservatives.
Tory MPs will go to the polls again tomorrow for the second round of votes.
And as the contenders are slowly whittled down to the final two, hopefully the rest of the race will be cleaner than Johnsons car.
“The race to be PM will narrow with four of six current riders due to be forced out before the end of the week.”
The vehicle can be seen littered with all sorts of items lazily slung across the backseats.
Mud can be seen smeared on the floor and on the mucky seats.
And there is two bags-for-life crammed with stuff laying in the footwells – one from Sports Direct and one from Ikea.
Numerous items of clothing and also cast about the car, including at least two pairs of gloves.
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Stuffed between the two forward facing seats is a Marks and Spencer bag for life on top of what appears to be a woolly jumper.
And sitting atop the mismatched pile is a French-language book of Tintin classic The Blue Lotus.
Laying nearby underneath a patterned piece of clothing is the childrens book Victoria and the Rogue by Meg Cabot.
Crumpled in the Ikea bag appears to be a political leaflet – though its unclear which party – and there is a pair of walking boots in the Sports Direct one.
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It also appears there is a faded supermarket receipt left on the carpet, while of one of the brown gloves is also completely hidden beneath the seat.
Johnson has come under scrutiny amid accusations he is expecting a coronation rather than a leadership campaign.
He refused to appear during Channel 4s debate between the other five candidates yesterday.
The broadcaster choose to have an empty podium of stage, and candidates were not shy about throwing barbs at him.
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The race to be PM will narrow with four of six current riders due to be forced out before the end of the week.
Johnson sprinting far ahead of all his rivals, with 114 backers during the first votes.
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