Is anyone else enjoying this guy given the US security services a proper run for their money?!
I can't help but thinking I see a glint in the newsreaders eyes whenever a new angle to the story breaks which suggests he may have done something different to what everyone thought was going on.
Its a bit like that Channel 4 program - Wanted I think it was called - where people had to go on the run from some ex SAS soldiers whilst member of the public helped or hindered them (first series was really good, second series was ruined by a format change - can't exactly remember what they changed but it made it rubbish).
Perhaps we should start setting him challenges to complete whilst avoiding capture - have your photo taken with 4 rogue heads of state would be my starter for 10...