Al Murray, the comedian who plays the Pub Landlord character, is running against Nigel Farage in May's general election.
Murray is running in South Thanet under the banner of the Free United Kingdom party (FUKP) and has manifesto statements such as increasing the value of the pound coin by 10p.
Last year, UKIP complained that it lost thousands of votes in the European election because voters got confused with another, similarly named party, An Independence From Europe.
Murray has already released a party political manifesto, in which he says: "It seems to me that the UK is ready for a bloke waving a pint around offering common-sense solutions."
South Thanet is already expected to be a tough seat for Farage to win. And now Ladbrokes is giving out odds suggesting the Pub Landlord is more likely to win than the Lib Dems in the area.
Here's FUKP's full 13-point manifesto:
Siraj Datoo is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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