Litter lout – 07.10.07
The bouncers at the Roundhouse were built on traditional lines, and intent on keeping everybody in order, which was death to spontaneous gestures. When one member of the AJ team decided he didn’t want to go to the after party in Covent Garden, and threw his ticket exuberantly on the floor, two bouncers immediately appeared, and told him to pick it up.
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