An Englishman living in the Cambodian city of Battambang has told how he had to go without toast for his breakfast this morning after he ran out of bread, and forgot to buy some more from the supermarket.
Moys Kenwood, 54, originally from Hull in East Yorkshire, who works at a school, pretending to be a teacher, used the last slice of bread yesterday morning, but, having arrived home last night without remembering this, was thus dietarily compromised at daybreak today.
Realising his mistake, he then had to make do with a bowl of Corn Flakes and milk, and a cup of tea which, without the toast, was too wet.
"I had a hard day yesterday, and the bread issue went completely from my mind. I'll get some on the way home today."
It's not the first time Kenwood has forgotten something. In 2016, whilst waiting for a taxi to take him to Bangkok airport at the start of a three-week trip to England, Kenwood visited the toilet for a 'number 2', but, in his haste, forgot to flush it away. The result, once he had returned from the trip, was neither pretty nor fragrant.