Watch the moment a half-naked man gave Prime Minister Theresa May a shock when she was out door-knocking in Norwich
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Theresa May has said she will be knocking on doors during the campaign for the snap general election on June 8 but she will be hoping that everyone who answers is fully clothed - unlike this man in Norwich.
The Prime Minister has been criticised after she stated that she won't take part in any live television debates but she defended her decision by stating that candidates should get out and meet the people.
She said: 'I believe in campaigns where politicians actually get out and about and meet with voters.
'That's what I have always believed in, it's what I still believe and I still do it - as Prime Minister, as a constituency MP, I still go out and knock on doors in my constituency.
'That's what I believe in doing, that's what I'm going to be doing around this campaign.'
In 2013 she got more than she bargained for when out door-knocking with Norwich North MP Chloe Smith.
The Conservative MPs met with local police officers at the Christchurch Centre, in Magdalen Road, before going knocking on doors in nearby Albany Road.
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It was there that both MPs got something of a shock, as one Norwich resident had jumped out of the bath to answer his door.
Undeterred, the politicians still asked if they could give the man a Conservative Party leaflet, to which he laughed and said: 'No you can't!'