David Wills was casually perusing the books at Waterstone’s only to discover that he had been locked inside the store.Instead of using the peace and quiet is an opportunity to read in peace he took to Twitter.
In case they never believed him, he posted this on Instagram. The caption read:
“This is me locked inside a Waterstones bookstore in London. I was upstairs for 15 minutes and came down to all the lights out and door locked. Been here over an hour now. Supposedly someone is on their way. #nofilter #london”
It wasn’t long before David’s plight was trending on Twitter.
— Creep FAAARRRGH!nell (@thebrainofchris) October 16, 2014
*adds Waterstones Trafalgar Square to list of potential emergency housing options*
— Alex Ingram (@nuttyxander) October 16, 2014
Waterstones guy's out. Dazed, wrapped in foil blanket, helicopters overhead, couple of Catherine Cooksons down his Y-fronts
— Michael Hogan (@michaelhogan) October 16, 2014
We're pleased to announce that @DWill_ is a free man once more. Thanks for your concern and tweets!
— Waterstones (@Waterstones) October 16, 2014
We’re pleased that David got out, and hoping that he got a few hardbacks slung in for free.
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