A man who has repeatedly claimed to have singlehandedly got his Mojo working was criticised by the AA today.
“We attended a breakdown call to a Mr Waters on Tuesday 14th October on the A453, at 7.45pm” said an AA spokesperson. “We have the year, model number and registration plate of Mr Waters’s Mojo. Our patrol man quickly identified the problem as an intermittently faulty alternator connection and rectified it, and ensured that the Mojo was in working condition. For Mr Waters to repeatedly and publicly claim he got his Mojo working without acknowledging our help is disappointing. Arguably we got his Mojo working. To the extent he called us and thereby arguably he got his Mojo working as claimed is only partially accurate. It doesn’t convey the whole picture. As I say, we got his Mojo working.”
But Mr Waters explained “For me to have said that I got my Mojo working with the help of a small bearded man in a high vis jacket doesn’t have the same ring to it. Of course I don’t deny I got my Mojo working with the help of the AA. I even offered the man a Meltis Newberry Fruit and he took the last black one, despite clear illumination from his powerful roadside lighting apparatus.”
Mr Waters later repeatedly claimed to have “a gypsy woman giving him advice,” and it’s thought this advice may have included not acknowledging the help given by the AA.