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Man has the most awkwardly British encounter ever, recounts it on Twitter


It could only happen in Great Britain.

In what might be the most British thing ever, one man has taken to social media to recount his true story of James Bond-like heroism, Pride and Prejudice-style strolls in the beautiful outdoors... and Basil Fawlty levels of incredible awkwardness. Get ready for danger, bravery, adversity, and a naked couple having sex in the back of a car. 

The encounter, which sounds more like a classic comedy sketch than real life, happened to London writer Joe Craig. Thankfully, he lived to tell the tale on Twitter, but only when the dust had settled, his pulse had returned to normal and it was a suitable post-watershed hour for the NSFW story to be seen. Here it comes...




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