Last night, they shared their front page which features allegations contained in a new biography on Cameron by former Conservative peer Lord Ashcroft.
And one part in particular caught everyone’s attention - a rather eye-watering account of an incident involving the Prime Minister, ’private parts’ and a pigs head.
After presumably having been briefly lost for words, Twitter quickly found its voice again and the jokes, memes and general silliness have been going ever since.
It’s basically all anyone can talk about.
Here are some of the best.
Grandchild: After centuries of conflict, how did society come to form a lasting peace?— Colm Tobin (@colmtobin) September 21, 2015
You: Why, the people bonded over pig puns, my dear.
Fellow politicians weighed in
Night all! 🐷 https://t.co/dyTKV2Ml1o— John Prescott (@johnprescott) September 20, 2015
I've never been more pleased to be a vegetarian.— Tim Farron (@timfarron) September 20, 2015
Babe has been ruined.
That'll do, pig, that'll do.— Benjamin Dreyer (@BCDreyer) September 20, 2015
As has Peppa Pig
When you're 15 minutes into Peppa Pig and chill and then David Cameron gives you this look pic.twitter.com/xeX9INEHhX— David Barker (@david_s_barker) September 20, 2015
And Ms Piggy.
Seeing these tweets about David Cameron and I...just... pic.twitter.com/Scw5Wu0igG— Kevin Daly (@kevinddaly) September 20, 2015
But no one was more bemused than Charlie Brooker, whose Channel 4 show Black Mirror contained an eeriely similar storyline.
Shit. Turns out Black Mirror is a documentary series.— Charlie Brooker (@charltonbrooker) September 20, 2015
Just been nosing through old Black Mirror files now, of course. pic.twitter.com/6Xhuhby0Gj— Charlie Brooker (@charltonbrooker) September 20, 2015
Just to clear it up: nope, I’d never heard anything about Cameron and a pig when coming up with that story. So this weirds me out.— Charlie Brooker (@charltonbrooker) September 20, 2015
And here we were thinking it was going to be a boring Monday.