David Cameron: a Prime bodyboarder

David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, has been spotted bodyboarding in the waves of Polzeath, in Cornwall, England.

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party seems to be a fan of wave sports, just like the English monarchs. Prince Charles is an experienced windsurfer; William loves surfing.

Cameron, who is a regular cyclist, put on his C-Skins spring suit and grabbed a Tribord boogie board. The waves weren't big, but he found a few surf lines and fought them vigorously.

The twenty-minute bodyboarding session attracted the attention of other surfers and swimmers, while his security team watched from the beach. "Is it Dave Cameron?"

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