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Italian Stallion Fake Hero

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Italian Stallion Fake Hero

The Cuckoo's Nest

69 Home St
Basement: AUG 7-11 at 20:00 (60 min) - Free

Italian Stallion Fake Hero

A "nearly" comedy about my memories as a professional stripper and near-hero during London Bridge terror attack in 2017. I have been doing a lot of things and people always get it wrong! I have always done things in my own way and I hate people regarding me as just an old man ex-stripper. This back-to-front storytelling will be something you probably imagined but never lived.

language, nothing visual



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The heroes of the London Bridge attack

April 8, 2017   The heroes of the London Bridge attack

The heroes of the London Bridge attack

-’’I have faith in our multi cultural society!!!!! ’’-
https://youtu.be/JIRFnnGSpSY
Joe Palermo An Italian witness on the scene during the terrorist attacks on London Bridge and Borough Market was helping people with injuries and assisting and taking armed police officers to the locations where terrorist were! A few people have disputed this! saying that this wasn’t true! Joe Palermo was indeed there! I’m inviting those ’people’ to make a request to obtain CCTV Footage and you will see clearly man wearing a stripes pink shirt, blue jeans and a Panama hat coming from the MUDLARK pub and taking the stairs to London bridge and talking to police officers near the terrorist VAN and then going back down the stairs with them. People have said that Italians are liars! That is offensive! I will persecute such persons! Thank you for not appreciating someone who was helping during the attack!
-Nearby, Joe Palermo was getting some fresh air outside The Mudlark Pub when a woman staggered towards him, bleeding from the neck. “I invited her into the bar because I could see all these people running around,” the bouncer says. “Working in security, I realised something was happening. I tried to give her first aid until a paramedic came up and she took over.” He went to try to get help. Behind the pub where the terrorists went, he says, is “like a “labyrinth”: “It’s easy for people to go one way and another without being seen.” He told a police officer where he thought they had gone.

When he returned to the pub, the doors were locked. He led around 20 other people away from where the terrorists were and they were let into Bill’s restaurant on Clink Street. Palermo armed himself with a fire extinguisher and a knife. After a while, people thought it was safe, and went to look out of the windows. “Then the armoured police came in, saying ‘get down! Get away from the windows!” Palermo says. Eventually, the police told everyone in the restaurant to run. Click Here



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Italian Stallion Fake Hero