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I once stood next to Ian Beale out of EastEnders in the gents' toilets at the BBC. BEAT THAT. Tell us of celebrity encounters that went well, or meetings with the famous that ended up as a complete disaster. (And we'll take it as read you've just made up a "I got touched up by Jimmy Savile" story, OK?)

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(, Thu 5 Dec 2013, 13:19)
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Nutter on train
I was going to London on the train last Wednesday and as it got further south it filled up. When it got to Berkhampstead the seats were full so a man got on and decided to sit on the floor by the doors. At first I didn't think anything of it but then the ticket inspector appeared. She checked the guy's ticket and remarked to him, 'You know this is a first class ticket, don't you?' To which the man responded 'Yeah I don't care.' This peaked my interest so I checked this gentleman out for myself.
'Hang on a minute,' I thought to myself, 'that's Robin bloody Ince!'
For choosing the floor over first class I now hold him in the highest possible regard, a true gent.
(, Fri 6 Dec 2013, 1:04, 6 replies)

(, Fri 6 Dec 2013, 8:16, closed)
An admirable show of solidarity,
but why did he feel the need to give the train operators more money than was necessary?
(, Fri 6 Dec 2013, 8:30, closed)
My guess is that is was paid for by someone else.
The joy of expenses.
(, Fri 6 Dec 2013, 12:32, closed)
Why was he blocking up the doors rather than using the seat he'd paid for, the silly prick?

(, Fri 6 Dec 2013, 9:01, closed)
People who sit by the doors deserve to be flung under the fucking train.

(, Fri 6 Dec 2013, 9:15, closed)
Train companies that don't provide large enough trains to accomadate all their passengers deserve to be flung under the train :D
(, Fri 6 Dec 2013, 12:31, closed)

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