Joe Biden “sends ambassador to chippy Blue Lagoon” to “collect fish supper”

Visiting the Blue Lagoon after a night out in Glasgow is an absolute must and it has been claimed that US President Joe Biden craves chippy chips for his lunch today when visiting Glasgow.

President Biden is currently in Scotland for the COP26 event and although he remains in Edinburgh he has traveled from the capital to attend the conference.

And according to the bosses of Blue Lagoon, a U.S. ambassador visited the Queen Street branch to pick up fried treats for Mr. Biden.

Blue Lagoon manager Gianluca Varese said: “Today at 12 noon we received a visit from an American Ambassador to our branch at 151 Queen Street who claimed to collect a fish supper for President Biden. !! “

Staff member Patricia Bentley posed outside the store with the Mystery Ambassador.

But there are so many questions, what did the President of the United States choose?

Did he take salt and vinegar? Sauce? Did he shower his meal with a can of Irn Bru?

The US president arrived in Glasgow with great fanfare on Monday morning as world leaders gathered for the climate change conference.

However, it emerged the politician struggled to keep his eyes open as he listened to the opening speeches as COP26 began at the SEC in Glasgow.

US President Joe Biden speaks at the Global Methane Pledge event at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26)

The 78-year-old looked tired when the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, gave an important speech on tackling climate change.

Washington Post reporter Zach Pursur Brown recorded the president “falling asleep.”

Piers Morgan was quick to comment on the president’s fatigue as he retweeted the video and wrote, “Damn… not the best look when you’re trying to say the word to wake up.”

Another wrote: “The camera must have shifted Joe Biden quite quickly because he closed his eyes for a few moments too long.

“Poor dude. I hope he has an elevator to get home.”

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