The angry voter claimed that due to the result of the EU referendum, in which 52 per cent of the British people voted to leave, there should be another vote.
Speaking on BBC’s Question Time Leaders Special, the Prime Minster snapped back at the voter explaining why she would not be holding another vote.
During the audience members question, he targeted Nigel Farage, Michael Gove, and the Brexit bus as he pleaded for another vote.
He said: “You talk about Brexit and Remainers, I think the voting 48 per cent to 52 per cent, I think you would lack the confidence, in asking the public, the electorate one more time, because the voting was so in the middle.
The voter was booed after he suggested another Brexit referendum
“What would the electors want to do?
“I think Nigel Farage made a big mess, I think Michael Gove led the electorate the wrong way, and Boris Johnson, the buses, the NHS £350million.
“We were all told lies, so I think even people who voted out, I think perhaps they should be given the second chance.
“You should have the confidence to say, shall we have another vote.”
Some audience members booed the remark as the Prime Minister prepared to explain why there would not be another Brexit vote.
She said: “Over the years in the European Union and its European economic community there have been a number of occasions where referendums have been held in countries.
"There was one in Ireland, I think France is an example as well, where ethic voted against what the EU was suggesting.
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“And basically the bureaucrats and the EU politicians turned round to the countries and said you’ve got it wrong, have another vote we want we want you to come up with what we think is the right answer.
“I think collectively, people here in the UK said, that’s not the way to behave, the people have given their choice let’s listen to the people and actually deliver on it.”
During the questions from the Question Time audience, the Prime Minister also reiterated how the Conservatives are the only party to deliver Brexit.
She said: “I called a General Election because I believe the British people have a right to vote and to say who they want to see leading them through the Brexit negotiation.
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“I believe they should have a Prime Minister who has an absolute resolute determination to respect their will.
“My Party is the only party that is going to respect the will of the British people get on with the job and deliver a successful Brexit.”
In Jeremy Corbyn’s questions with the audience, the Labour Party leader was grilled over whether he would use nuclear weapons after being attacked and was quizzed over the credibility of his party’s manifesto.
One audience member asked: “Is Labour’s manifesto a realistic wish list or is it just a letter to Santa Clause?”
The Labour leader responded by urging the audience member to read the manifesto.