diplomats are usually discreet people. But sometimes you make exceptions and in these cases, that is a good thing. In the sense of entertaining. To the British “Mirror” to have the Ambassador of the Kingdom described their most bizarre requests have you made of their compatriots abroad – it is a colorful kaleidoscope of human Concerns and needs.
In the United States wanted to know a caller which node was selected from the BBC TV Show “Strictly Come Dancing”.Also in the US, a man at the British Embassy has asked where he’s a piece of wood could send in, that he had found on the beach and he thought it was the wreck of part of an English war ship from the 17th century. Century.In the Netherlands, anyone with the diplomats wanted to discuss the plot of the movie “Braveheart” that he had just seen.In Italy, a tumbled in the diplomatic representation, if you could not participate in the wedding planning and whether the Embassy could get the Couple tickets for a papal visit.In the Canaries, someone asked the diplomats to convince the Hotel to give him or her a new room, after a stray had peed cat on the bed.In an unknown place, a man asked the Embassy whether there is in Poland a Vampire.In New Delhi, someone wanted to know when the office of the high Commissioner (the diplomatic representation of great Britain in Commonwealth countries) to open. He had heard that there was vegetarian sausages and he would like to have.In Kuwait, a man asked whether the diplomatic staff wanted to take his dog puppy.In Argentina, a man asked the Ambassador to give him a list of women he could marry.In Thailand, the representation should help a man who was asleep during a Massage and therefore, said he does not have to pay for the service.The Ministry of foreign Affairs reacted very British
The “Mirror” has asked the Ministry of foreign Affairs, as their colleagues had dealt with this dance to Ask for. The answer, very british: “Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with any advice on vampires, mischievous, stray cats, or “Strictly”participants.”