I know what I was trying to say before I stopped writing after the Cash Converters incident but I wanted to upload a photo and it wouldn’t allow me so perhaps I was put off. It’s related to Cash Converters anyway.
At 5.30am 4 months ago I was awoken with the smell of spray paint and I looked out to see some boys spraying graffiti on the shop below, a charity shop!
I didn’t think I would call the police due to the previous incident of not wearing my glasses and being a really bad witness. But anyway I noticed that these weren’t just any young boys they had a merc and one of them was driving slowly past the shop while another filmed through the window and the other sprayed. Someone asked them what on earth they thought they were doing and they said they were filming for the BBC. Yeah right I thought – but then I thought well they have a merc and a really posh camera.
Then I went downstairs and took a photo. They were filming for a fly-on-the-wall documentary called Skint about the people who work and buy in Cash Converters.
They gave the charity shop a new lick of paint when they had finished filming. The two boys in the pictures were extras, they knew what was going on. They were wearing hoodies.