Mystery Blonde Spotted In Aldi's At Fareham

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Friday, 8 July 2011

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Is This Her? Is This One Even Blonde? We Should Be Told.

Unconfirmed reports are presently indicating that the mysterious mystery blonde woman, last seen walking across a car park at Portsmouth Ferry Port, has just been seen at Aldi's on West Street, in Fareham, Hants.

One Aldi customer swore that the woman she'd seen in the store was the legendary mystery blonde, who's been all over the news recently.

According to the latest reports, the mystery blonde was wearing an eye-catching little black dress, an Armani jacket, and a pair of Loboutin heels.

"I saw her!" excited shopper Dora Slack told reporters. "She was in the same aisle as me! She bought a packet of bacon, some frozen pork chops, four cans of lager, a big bag of tortilla chips and half a dozen eggs. Beautiful she was. I've got no idea who she is, or why everybody's talking about her all of a sudden, but she's really a real way. She had one of them bags for life too! More power to her I say."

In a desperate bid to get more information about the mystery blonde woman, Skoob News associate, Martin Shuttlecock requested to speak to the store manager, but was told that it isn't Aldi policy to pass comment on customers.

One bystander, outside the Aldi store, explained that he was going in hoping to pick up a new computer chair or something, but that he had seen the mystery blonde woman getting into a car on Aldi's car park with her bag for life, driven by a man wearing a grey suit and sunglasses. The car - not the bag for life.

Fascinating news indeed.

More as we get it.

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