Boris Johnson hid in a walk-in fridge to avoid being interviewed and a member of his staff swore on live TV as a photo opportunity in Rawdon took a bizarre turn.

The prime minister was loading crates of milk and juice bottles onto a milk float on his last day of campaigning ahead of Thursday's General Election when he was approached by a reporter from ITV.

Jonathan Swain asked Mr Johnson to take part in a live interview with Good Morning Britain's Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.

"Morning Prime Minister will you come on Good Morning Britain and deliver on your promise to talk to Piers and Susanna?" Mr Swain said.

"We're ready to go, we're live on ITV right now."

Mr Johnson's head of press Rob Oxley can then be heard saying "oh for f***'s sake."

Mr Morgan and Ms Reid are heard expressing their shock on television before Mr Swain later says to Mr Oxley: "Do you want to tone your language down as well because people are watching this this morning."

The reporter again asks if Mr Johnson would appear on the programme, to which he replied: "Of course I will."

He's then seen walking away after loading crates into a vehicle at Greenside Farm Business Park.

Mr Swain asks for an interview again to which Mr Johnson says "I'll be with you in a second" and then walks into a fridge with staff from the business park.

Mr Morgan later said that Mr Oxley called in to the show to complain that he did not assault the reporter.

"He didn't assault our man Swain, alright he didn't assault him, what you were was extremely obnoxious, very aggressive, foul mouthed and repulsive," Mr Morgan said.

Mr Johnson travelled to Guiseley where he delivered a crate of items to one house.

Two bottles of milk already outside the property were removed before the Conservative Party leader arrived.

He knocked on the door, which was opened by civil servant Debbie Monaghan, 40, who said: "Look who's here."

She called to her husband Mark, 40, and said: "So nice to meet you, Mr Prime Minister.

"What are you doing up so early?"

Mr Johnson said he was delivering milk, orange juice, washing up liquid and other things.

"I hope it's eco-friendly that washing up liquid," remarked Mrs Monaghan.

Mr Johnson replied: "All eco-friendly."

He then reiterated campaign pledges, with Mrs Monaghan describing her husband as the "Brexit exit man".

Mr Monaghan, who works for Northern Powergrid, told the PA news agency: "It's a surprise.

"It's very early, I assume he's travelled a long way but I'm going to vote Conservative so I'm quite pleased."

Mr Johnson has previously driven a JCB digger through a polystyrene wall, made rock in Blackpool, played football, changed a wheel on a Formula One car and done various other activities in a series of election events.

He was earlier asked about the narrowing polls, to which he replied to broadcasters: "This could not be more critical, it could not be tighter - I just say to everybody the risk is very real that we could tomorrow be going into another hung parliament.

"That's more drift, more dither, more delay, more paralysis for this country."

Pressed on whether he was nervous, Mr Johnson replied: "We're fighting for every vote."

Mr Johnson's final day of campaigning sees him zig-zag across the country before concluding with a rally for Tory activists.