The search continues today for the 12 men and women who have been missing since the end of the Vicky Pryce trial on Wednesday. The 12, led by one they called “Chair”, were last positively identified in a Phones 4 U shop in St Thomas Street, where according to the proprietor, Mr Derek Barber, they ordered 6 fish suppers and 6 sausage and chips. “I told them we only sold mobile phones and there was a fish and chip shop further down on the left, but they went out the other way. They seemed unable to take directions.”
Further unconfirmed sightings have since been reported throughout the capital, leading to fears that the 12 are completely lost. A ticket seller at the London Eye reported a man who asked for 12 singles to Ealing Broadway, whilst staff at Madam Tussauds reported a group in animated conversation with the waxwork models, one of whom reportedly kept shouting “I told them she was guilty, but they wouldn’t listen” at the figure of Jonathan Ross.
Police have asked members of the public to look out for the group, but have warned them to approach with care, “Although they are unarmed they are extremely stupid” said an officer