Police Arrest Deranged Smackhead at Guardian

A leather jacket-clad suspicious looking “warm, sweaty and dazed” man turned out to not be a returning David Leigh to the Guardian offices. He was a heroin addict caught “chasing the dragon” in the toilets at Kings Place. No one batted an eyelid when Clayton Earlington wandered through the security alongside a pack of Guardian hacks, presumably because he fitted right in. After twice approaching Alan Rusbridger’s office and doing smack in the loos, the cops were called.

“Three to four weeks before that I had used the Guardian toilets – I had asked a guard and he had let me in. So I went back. This time there was no guard there so I tailgated some people. I had been there before but I couldn’t remember where the toilet was. At the time my state of mind was not good, I was ‘clucking’. That was why I didn’t want to talk to anyone or ask anyone where it was. But I found the toilet eventually. I ‘chased the dragon’, I burnt it on a piece of foil. I used the drugs, basically. And I went back out. That is all. I didn’t want to steal nothing, it was just to use the drugs. I left and I went back home.”

Confirming long held suspicions that those inside Guardian towers are on drugs…

Via Camden New Journal.

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