"I bet you chose Leave, did not you?" Larkin says with a friendly slap on the shoulder to McKinnon.
"Me? Absolutely," McKinnon replies to the remaining voter, glaring at him with a devilish black mask.
McKinnon is in the majority in Romford, a city on the eastern edge of London with one of the highest number of Brexit voters in the United Kingdom.
When Britain leaves the European Union on March 29, the clock is ticking – whether this coincides with May's deal, no deal, or any other scenario, one can only guess.
Many Romford voters told CNN they were sorry for the Prime Minister, who caught up with Westminster's version of Snakes and Ladders.
More than two years after the country left the EU, they say it is time for politicians to support them and "get the job done".