Unsurprisingly, it went down about as well as EL James'.
It started with those famous last words:
— Boris Johnson (@MayorofLondon) July 16, 2015
There was obviously a very heavy emphasis on Boris' affinity for water cannons...
@MayorofLondon Would you have been able to use a water cannon if there was a hosepipe ban on?July 16, 2015
— Dave Williams (@realdavedoubleu) July 16, 2015
And the serious issues...
#AskBoris Remember when you campaigned with a promise to end Tube strikes? How's that working out?— Primly Stable (@PrimlyStable) July 16, 2015
Three flags that have recently made the news.. but which of them would you use as a bedspread and why ?July 16, 2015
How does it feel being a part of a global tyranny oppressing and brutalizing people? #askboris— Leonard Wachter-Blau (@BlueWatchman) June 25, 2015
You recently told a taxi driver to "f*ck off and die". When will the Tories be implementing this as their next campaign slogan? #askboris— Lily Bailey (@LilyBaileyUK) June 25, 2015
Then there were those with more jovial questions for the mayor..
What shampoo do you use to get your illustrious hair? #askboris— CMNatic (@CMNatic) July 16, 2015
How much wiff would a wiffwaff wiff if a wiffwaff would wiff waff?July 16, 2015
Do you brush your hair with a firework? #askboris— Skip X (@LordSkipVC) July 16, 2015
Ahh, Boris. You really are a man of the people...
We certainly are looking forward to #askdoris in August. We can only assume Boris has an alter-ego who's less partial to water canons.
I'm afraid that's it for today folks! See you next time for August's #askdoris— Boris Johnson (@MayorofLondon) July 16, 2015