Liz Truss resigned from her post on October 20, becoming the shortest-serving British Prime Minister in history.
But an iceberg lettuce leaf defeated the British Prime Minister in another strange contest.
On October 14, the British newspaper Daily Star launched a live stream on YouTube in which a salad leaf was placed in the image of Liz Truss.
The only competition was whether Liszter could remain the prime minister even after the 10-day life of a salad leaf.
October 20 was a day of celebration for Salad Leaf, who wore a blonde wig and posted on the live stream that Salad Leaf beat Lusters.
At 1:37pm UK time on Day 7 of the competition, a hand appeared on the live stream and took down a photo of Liz Truss.
The British national anthem was also played on his victory.
The Daily Star started the contest after a headline in another newspaper, the Economist, said in early October that Lister’s prime ministership was as short as the life of a salad leaf.
The salad attracted international media attention as a sign of Liz Truss’ weak government.