A carefree David Cameron sporting slicked-back hair took a stroll today while the politician took a job at Brexit storm.
The 52-year-old, who was in power when the Brexit referendum was held, was seen carrying a hand in the capital.
While pressure on Theresa May in Westminster and Cabinet members dramatically quit, some Twitter users vented their frustration at Mr Cameron.
He resigned moments after his botched Remain campaign failed spectacularly in June 2016.
Many online today blamed him for Brexit.
"I'd like to hear from David Cameron.How do you think he will pay my wages when I'm out of a job, "one social media user ranted.
Another posted: "@David Cameron, I hope you are happy with yourself for this brexit chaos."
A third added: "Much as Theresa May is hapless and hopeless, let's not forget that we're in this mess because of David Cameron's inept pandering to the rabid right wing of the Tory party.
"He's just a culprit for the pile of excrement that is Brexit."
Mr Cameron called the Brexit referendum in an attempt to heal the long-running Conservative divisions over Europe.
He told voters in 2015: "Britain faces a simple and inescapable choice – stability and strong Government with me, or chaos with Ed Miliband."
But hours after the nation voted for Brexit, he quit. The humiliated politician confessed he could not "steer the country to its next destination".
Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, and John Major have all spoken out against Brexit in recent weeks, Mr Cameron has remained silent.
But this month, the dad admitted he may return to politics as he was "bored s *** less".