Petition calls Cameron and Miliband to settle it on Call Of Duty
A petition is calling for leader of the Conservatives David Cameron and the leader of Labour Ed Miliband to have a one-versus-one on a video game.
The call for both to play first-person shooter Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare came after the BBC Election Debate 2015 aired on 16 April.
Cameron was absent from the debate but Miliband challenged him to face him in a one-on-one showdown.
The petition creator, Rory Kilmister, wrote on Change.org: “Oi, merrrrt, stop avin’ a wiggle at eachover on the tele and merk one anover on COD with knives n stuff, u get me fam? words mean nofin’ when u av a knife!
“sinc3rly, the commoners, init.”
In one hour since it was created, the petition gained five signatures.