Apart from apparently regularly collecting his handsome salary and even bigger expenses cheque, Kilroy-Silk is not known as one of the hardest-working MEPs.
But no doubt conscious of the criticism, fearless Kilroy-Silk has finally raised his game...he's actually asked a written question in the European Parliament.
So what's the big European issue that has sparked him into action...?
Kilroy-Silk thinks he has blown the lid on a huge distortion-scandal-conspiracy-mystery...
Er, here's his question…
Why are there no EU regulations to stop Marks & Spencer’s using mirrors in their changing rooms which make women look slimmer?He asked if it was 'conceivable that within the millions of EU regulations covering virtually every aspect of life in the EU' there was not one that made it illegal for M&S to have mirrors that 'deliberately distort women's shapes'.
In her official reply, Meglena Kuneva, EU Commissioner for consumer protection advises Kilroy-Silk to take up the issue with the 'national authorities' in the UK.
Meanwhile, a mystified M&S spokesman says:
We use perfectly normal, standard mirrors. We are at a loss as to what he might be referring to.
Kilroy-Silk launched his attack after his wife tried on M&S clothes and was convinced the mirror was not reflecting her true image.
Does Kilroy-Silk justify the money we give him to be our MEP, or has he lost his marbles again…?