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Ian Moyse
Chaos at chessington as whole amusement park loses power with people stuck on rides handling by young staff not adequate as customers left in the dark literally
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Dash Jun 1
Replying to @imoyse @CWOA and 4 others
What are they supposed to do? They are following standard evac procedures and you can see from the clearly underexposed photo that the emergency lighting has come on as planned.
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NightPicEd Jun 1
Replying to @imoyse @CWOA and 4 others
Can we use your Chessington photo on The Telegraph please ? Did you take it ? Would you like a credit ? Thanks
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Mirror Pics Request Jun 1
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Hi, May we please use your pic on ?
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BBC South East Jun 1
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Hi Ian, please could we use your photo with a credit to you? Thanks, Kathryn
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palefirex Jun 1
You said it ian! Young staff! Give them a break, it's not there fault
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J A S E  V Jun 1
Replying to @imoyse @CWOA and 4 others
What does the age of the staff have to do with anything? Glad you managed to grab a photo during the midst of such chaos though! 🙄
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Stuart Phillips Jun 1
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Blimey, what a jobsworth. Look at you tagging all those news companies. You just look like an attention seeker to be honest.
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Raw Sauce /// Jun 1
Replying to @imoyse @CWOA and 4 others
making a right meal out of it Ian
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Matt. Jun 1
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could you explain why you felt the need to point out how “young” the staff were? What relevance that has etc. Sounds like you’re a serial complainer that thinks somebody under 40 is incapable of doing a job?
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Jake T Wightman Jun 1
Replying to @imoyse @CWOA and 4 others
Blame the company who aren't training their staff correctly, not the staff for their age!
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Stella Pictures Ltd Jun 1
You should be getting paid for images. Publishers profit from them. You devalue photographers work otherwise
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Ben Wilson Jun 1
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What a grass
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Ryan Thomson Jun 1
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Ian, that’s not chaos. Try going to Afghan with no water, food, or supplies for weeks... stop making a mountain out of a molehill you snitch... quick to take a photo... I bet you never helped anyone either 🙄
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