The former Prime Minister was spotted at Shanghai’s iconic Bar Rouge on Thursday night — which is Ladies Night, if we might add.
In a video provided to That's Shanghai, Mr. Cameron can be seen sitting down at an enclosed private/VIP table at the bar, enjoying the stunning rooftop views of The Bund. As Cameron leaves his table, he is flanked by a few men who appear to be his security detail, for which all former Prime Ministers are eligible.
Watch the video below (VPN off):
If it can be speculated as to why the former Prime Minister is in Shanghai, it is most likely to be in a business capacity. In December 2017, he took up a job to lead a GBP750 million (almost USD1 billion) UK-China investment initiative.
Or perhaps he’s here for a networking event, dinner or a speech, which is a pretty common thing for Prime Ministers and other world leaders to do after leaving office.
But it's a hefty price to rub shoulders with David Cameron. Earlier this year, reports emerged that the opportunity to enjoy dinner and take a selfie with Cameron in Shanghai would cost a whopping GBP12,000 (approximately RMB106,000).
[Video and screengrab via Gwynfor Evans, top image via Bar Rouge]