The incident happened whilst the Prime Minister, and wife Samantha, were on holiday in Polzeath, Cornwall.
Kath Legest, manager of The Splaan Pasty Shop, said: “Mr Cameron and wife came into the shop and ordered a box full of pasties and cakes, presumably to take home with them, but I can’t be sure of that.
“Anyway, after a friendly chat about employment in Cornwall, with myself and Tamara, who’s been working in the shop for over a year now, Mr Cameron took the box from the counter, turned to Tamara, and said, ‘well thank you very much, me ansum…’ That’s when she said what she said. I was forced to suspend Tamara there and then, although I suppose, I can see why she said it.”
Ex-employee, Tamara Pendavas, 19, said: “I don’t know what happened really. Just before leaving the shop Mr Cameron looked me in the eye and said, ‘thank you very much me ansum’. Something in me just snapped. ‘O, fu*k off I said.
“Now of course I’m this legend. Everyone keeps knocking on my door and asking for my autograph. Mother said I should get one of those selfies printed, and sign them, a tenner each.”
An on-line petition has since been launched, reaching 3,000 signatures in just 2 hours, calling for The Splaan Pasty Shop to give Tamara her job back.