“I am in Pelion on a necessary trip, trying to shield my property against the coronavirus, because here they have taken it very seriously”
This summer is expected to be a quite profitable one for Boris Johnson’s father, Stanley, who according to a Daily Mail report is expected to receive around 19.000 Euros from tourists who will stay at his villa in Pelion, Greece.
According to Real Holidays, which manages Stanley Johnson’s villa, the house is booked for the next 2.5 months.
Specifically, the data show that there are reservations from July 18 until September 19 as from today the flights from Great Britain are expected to start again.
This explains the desire of the 76-year-old Briton to be in Greece at the beginning of July, despite the instructions to the contrary of his son and the Prime Minister of the UK, Boris Johnson.
“I am in Pelion on a necessary trip, trying to shield my property against the coronavirus. I have to take the necessary distance measures, because here they have taken it very seriously”, Stanley Johnson had explained at the time.
His visit on July 2 was not, in fact, the first time that Stanley Johnson violated the recommendations of the British government.
Prior to the lockdown, he had stated that he would continue to go to pubs, despite being 70 years old. “Of course I will go to a pub if I want to go to a pub. Pub owners need people”.