JEREMY Corbyn watches another lead slip from his grasp as he grapples with a dog during a walkabout.
But his grip slipped as a woman with a pram tried to pass — leaving him tied up in knots.
One onlooker said: “He was in a dreadful muddle.”
LONG-standing Labour MP Paul Flynn died at the age of 84.
Mr Flynn, who had been an MP for Newport West since 1987, was hailed a real “hero” by those within his local party.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Mr Flynn would be “greatly missed”.
He tweeted: “I’m very sad at the passing of my good friend Paul Flynn. He had such love for Newport, knowledge of radical South Wales history and a dry wit.
“He was an independent thinker who was a credit to the Labour Party. He will be greatly missed.”