Charity shop full of unwanted England flags mistaken for BNP headquarters

The Evening Harold

charity shop Some shop visitors find a flag in their size.

With England as good as out of the World Cup, a charity shop in Harold has been mistaken for a BNP outlet after receiving hundreds of old, unwanted England flags.

Doris Kettle works in the store for a few hours a week, and has been staggered by the response.

“Normally we find it hard to find volunteers, but since Friday morning we’ve been inundated with fat, tattooed, shaven headed men asking if they can sign up to ‘help the cause'”, revealed Kettle. ”

Now that we have 15 on every shift I’m a bit scared to tell them the money goes to poor Africans.”

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