Ian Napton, a Bin Man from Hastings managed to sneak into his local Waitrose, shocking their regular customers.
Waitrose Spokesman, Neil Jackson, said, “We would like to apologise to all of our customers for the presence of an unskilled manual worker in the store. We understand that some shoppers were disturbed by the experience. We would like to reassure our customers that we have increased security and don’t expect a repetition of this distressing behaviour.”
Derby County Football Clubhave emerged today as a bastion, perhaps the last, of decency and honour in the murky, cash-guzzling world of professional football.
The club took a brave, some would say heroic, stance against their own club captain, 33-year-old Richard Keogh, after he sustained career-threatening, long-term injuries in a car accident, having gotten absolutely wankered at a booze-heavy team-building event last month.
A homeless man was made to eat in Southend branch of Starbucks after a well-wisher forced food on him.
Ian Napton was sitting quietly outside his local Starbucks,
cap on the floor and a small dog at his side when a well-meaning member of the
public stopped for a chat. After a few moments, the Good Samaritan offered to
buy Ian some food.