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Notes from Underground: Here's a buy recommendation: invest in moped shares

By Pizza HardMan Darren Atwater | Saturday 12 August 2017


London has a real table problem. At least the outdoor ones, and I don't see Mayor Sadiq Khan putting any effort into it.
Last Tuesday, I was sitting at a table and chair on the pavement in Clerkenwell, drinking a local craft beer, when two guys on a moped creeped up, snatched my iPhone out of my hand, and gunning the engire, sped off. "Hey!, I said, about ten seconds later.
Seven years or so, in Marylebone, I was sitting at the table outside a pub when an apparently developmentally disabled man who was having trouble with a map asked me for directions. He put the map on the table, and I showed him how to get to the Oxford Street tube station. As he shuffled off, I called out to him that he was going the wrong way to which he responded by running as fast as Tuesday's moped. That's when I realised that he had picked up my iPhone with his map.
Obviously, it's could not be me. It's low qualiity tables and it is high time that the Mayor of London did something about it.
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