My becoming UK PM as good as me being decapitated by a frizbee: London Mayor
London Mayor Boris Johnson has played down talks of one day becoming the Prime Minister of Britain during an interview.
"I can assure that is about as likely as me being decapitated by a frizbee," he said.
During a chat show with host Arnab Goswami, Johnson played down talk of one day making a bid for Number 10.
According to the Daily Mail, Johnson also revealed how, when he stuck on the zipwire while promoting the 2012 Games, he looked in vain to his special branch protection officer for help.
"They gave me a security guard during the Olympics. He normally guards Tony Blair but I was given a security guard during the Olympics. I spotted him the crowd and I said: 'Carl, can you do something?'" he said.
"Very slowly he reached in to his pocket and took out his mobile phone and took a photograph. That was his contribution to my predicament," he added.
Earlier, Johnson used a trip to the Bombay Stock Exchange to urge George Osborne to consider cutting the top rate of tax, the report said.
The London Mayor compared the coalition's 45 per cent tax rate for highest earners to the 30 per cent paid in India and said the Chancellor should 'brood on' whether Britain could be made more attractive for entrepreneurs, it added.