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I’d popped into Waitrose for a “top up in-between Tesco online delivery” type of shop and it was as walked out of the car park that the incident happened.
A small Fiesta sized car was waiting to turn let onto Central Road, and when a gap opened in the traffic it pulled out.
However, as it was turning left the driver decided to stop on the corner and stay there. This obviously caused a bit of an obstruction both for people coming down the hill and for other cars coming out of Waitrose.
But that’s not the odd thing – after all, she may have broken down or have been taken ill in which case she’d have had a good reason to stop.
But neither of these were the reason she had stopped.
In fact, she was causing traffic chaos in Worcester Park in order that she could shave her arm pits! Huh?
Bonkers! Surely someone that mad shouldn’t be behind the wheel of a car?
I’m sure she annoyed a lot of drivers that day, but as a pedestrian it made my day! :-)
Back on yesterday's subject of yellow things another one had appeared by the time I'd got back from work yesterday, and here it is:
"On Sun 5th Aug 07 at about 1.30am a male was attacked opposite the Hunstman Hall public house sustaining serious injuries". Before they closed the Hunstmans they could probably have left one of those out permanently and just changed the date......
Knowing that it's probably not going to live up to the build-up that I've given it I fell that I need to explain the Welsh Ass story. I was flicking through the Sky programme guide the other night when BBC Parliament presented me with the listing shown below. I grabbed one picture of it but because it was blurry I was going for a second when the programme listing rolled over before I could get it. It's still legible though if you look carefully: