London - A Delancey Street kebab take-away owner was gobsmacked this weekend after an image of Amy Winehouse's face popped up on some pitta he was toasting.
Costas Parasitidis said the spooky cameo appeared suddenly the moment he heard about Winehouse's RIP on the radio yesterday afternoon.
The scorched bread began channeling the singer's iconic beehive up-do as a whiff of other combustibles mysteriously wafted around the toaster.
Parasitidis now plans to display the Amy face pitta in a secure glass case above the counter right next to some pickled gherkins that are the spécialité de la maison.
Locals said this evening the Amy apparition was just one example of weird stuff that's been happening ever since the singer was found dead on Saturday.
Over the road in Parkway a publican upped the ante in the spooky signs and omens stakes by revealing the discovery of a new Michel de Nostredame quatrain.
The predictive 16th century verse was found carved on the wall of Camden's Spread Eagle Pub women's bog and was authenticated by the Antiques Roadshow tonight.
'Come twenty-third July twenty eleven/Amy Winehouse shall pass to Heaven' was etched on oak panelling which workmen uncovered while moving a cistern.
The prediction dumbfounded much of NW1 where a week-long wake was just begining in various Amy Winehouse watering holes along Camden High Street.
On Monday much of the road will be closed to traffic as a traditional NWI drinking wake commences its ceremonial progress towards the Round House.
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