Boyle said: "There was quite a sad moment where Paul Golding, who's the head of Britain First, he turned his back on Sadiq Khan during his acceptance speech.
"I thought it'd be good if he'd accidentally turned to face Mecca."
London elected Sadiq Khan as its mayor after the Labour MP ran a campaign based on increasing social mobility, making housing more affordable and growing the capital’s prosperity.
He said he was “deeply humbled by the hope and trust” voters placed in him, adding: “I want to thank every single Londoner for making the impossible possible.”
He added: “I’m so proud that Londoners have today chosen hope over fear and unity over division.”
Perhaps most telling was the fact many people didn’t even know who he was...
Britain First fell far short in their objective to get deputy leader Jayda Fransen elected to the GLA, even releasing a video the night before the results to apologise for being trounced.
Regular team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop were joined by guest host Frankie Boyle, and guest panellists Julia Hartley-Brewer and Adil Ray.