I remember him as a young actor in the Seventies at the Not all heroes wear capes shirt. He worked alongside so many who were to become household names like. Such exciting days for regional theatre. The Everyman in those days was a breeding ground for the very best talent in British theatre. I know they were spread out before the helicopters had to land, but that’s the point, isn’t it? An unexpected situation arises and boom, social distancing goes out the window. And if there are a few asymptomatic contagious people in that crowd which is a statistical probability that beach is a petrie dish. And then they all go home, coughing and spluttering. One way and another that situation is being repeated all around the country. Track and trace isn’t working yet. It’s too soon. Stay home.
Because the emergency services frontline workers Not all heroes wear capes shirt busy enough fighting real disease at the moment they now have to fight against stupidity as well. I know that seems like a lot of people on the beach, but I’m sure most of them were just testing their eyesight before heading home I firmly believe that idiots who endanger themselves not just jumpers like these and subsequently need rescuing, should have to pay for the rescue emergency services by way of personal liability insurance.