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    what's your mundane celebrity encounter ?



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    just saw this on ''The Poke'' People are sharing their most mundane celebrity encounters and they are a source of everyday A-list delight The Poke

    Jet Harris from the Shadows told me he'd punch my lights out when he worked as a bouncer after leaving Cliff
    Sandy Denny bought me a pint and gave me a fag
    what's yours ?
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    I bumped into Chris Tarrent (or rather he stumbled into me, being half-cut) at "The Fighting Cocks" in St Albans.
    A very (un)memorable experience.
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    Many years ago I used to work part time as a drinks waiter.
    The hotel had a folk club and also an annual folk week.

    I took a weeks holiday to work at the festivals as no way would I have been fit to do my day job as well !

    Among the various folk I spent time with included Billy Connolly, Gerry Rafferty, Barbara Dickson, Matt McGinn and a whole host of others.

    The sessions after the gigs were legendary !!
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    Walking behind the old Leeds bus station, deep in thought, I half noticed a London bus stop, with a familiar figure leaning nonchalantly against it. I thought he was my local butcher, minus his bloodstained white coat.
    " Ey up, Steven , Who's minding the shop ?

    " CUT !! " He winked at me. Then I noticed the red London Routmaster that rolled up from behind me and scattered London black cabs, all about.
    It was Dennis Waterman, of Minder, filming an episode of Stay Lucky.
    I asked him if he wanted my autograph and left them too it.
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    Regularly saw Les Dawson in the Coach and Horses, Freckleton back in the 70`s, he used to turn up in a battered old Morris Minor and very often a disguise

    He`d have the whole pub crying with laughter within minutes and never did have to buy a drink
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    Used to regularly have a drink with Karl Denver, even bassed for him a couple of times when he lived in Heaton Moor, Stockport. My late mother in law had a friend called Dot Smith, her husband, Barney, was a showbiz agent, and when they retired they bought a pub, the 'Black Swan' (mucky duck) in Leek. We'd go there occasionally and end up stopping the night after sessions with the likes of Micky Most and Bunny Lewis, even met Tom Jones there but all that was a long time ago and in a different life

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    The once Prime Minister of New Zealand and I would regularly exchange
    pleasantries at the urinals on the floor of where we both worked.

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