After seeing David Cameron wearing a blue bandana on Wednesday, HuffPost UK thought the only decent thing to do would be to dig up a bunch of pictures of other politicians in dubious headwear.
We were not disappointed.
From police helmets to pink stetsons, someone, somewhere in the political landscape has worn it.
Whilst Cameron's bandana was a mark of respect upon entering a Sikh temple, some of these may take a little more explaining...
Boris looking rather fetching
London Mayor Boris Johnson wears a pink cowboy hat at the Pride parade in central London.
Obama showing Boris how it's done
Presidential hopeful Barack Obama wears a cowboy hat offered by a supporter after speaking at an outdoor rally in Austin, Texas, in February 2007.
That look is definitely not "the future".
Cameron rocking the hard hat look
The PM during a visit to Shell's vast new gas-to-liquid facility in Qatar, known as Pearl.
Tony Blair rocking the same look, just worse
But not as bad as this
President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni
Is serious about headgear. Really, really serious.
Pretty sure it's illegal to impersonate one of those, Boris
Axl Rose... I mean Boris Johnson
Cartman from South Park... I mean Boris Johnson
George W. Bush always matches his hat to his sneer
MP Alan Duncan. No idea what is going on though
A sporty look from Nick Clegg
Pope Benedict XVI wearing a sombrero
Pope Benedict XVI wears a sombrero in Leon, Mexico in March 2012
Everyone loves a sombrero, even Prince Charles
The Prince of Wales wears a sombrero hat to welcome Mexican participants to the Paralympics in Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Buckinghamshire.
..and Bill Clinton
..and even Gerald Ford
..and especially Hugo Chavez
Headgear doesn't get much siller than this
Margaret Thatcher, the Order of the Royal Garter
Oh no, wait it does
John Major, the Order of the Royal Garter
Winston Churchill as a Conservative candidate for Oldham in 1899
A young Churchill. A very strong look.