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Had the kitchen shop assistant been drugged and handcuffed?

6 February 2021

9:00 AM

6 February 2021

9:00 AM

The kitchen tap began dripping as if it knew perfectly well that this would land me in a predicament whereby I would have to brave a phone line.

I tried a friend who is a plumber but he confirmed that getting a new valve would involve contacting the kitchen shop where I bought the tap, and he didn’t fancy it.

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