A man eager to grab a pint at his local boozer camped outside with a couple of tinnies to make sure he was the first one through the door.
Pubs and restaurants open up for the first time since December today (April 12) as Covid restrictions ease across the UK.
Eager Scott Lowe took his thirst for booze to another level, deciding he was going to be one of the first in the country to get a pint by camping outside his local Wetherspoon.
According to his friend Callum, Scott, who goes by the name of Urwin, put up a tent outside the Pilgrim's Progress in Bedford.
The pub isn’t taking bookings for their outside area, so the pair had to roll up extra early so they didn't miss out.
Urwin even bought a four-pack of larger along with him as well as a comfortable look bed set-up complete with a very patriotic Union Jack pillow.
Pubs in England opened up as part of the next step in the Government’s easing of lockdown, with 40% of the nation's boozers able to serve customers again.
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Under new rules, pubs and restaurants may only ope if they offer outdoor service and strict table service only.
Inside seating will only be opening in the second stage of relaxation of lockdown on May 17.
Boris Johnson’s disastrous 10pm curfew from lockdown 1 has been scrapped, but the Rule of Six is still firmly in place.
Masks will need to be worn when you are making trips indoors, such as entering the pub or going to the toilet.
Pub-goers may have to wear masks even when outside when beer gardens reopen again
Venues are expected to encourage hand sanitising before entering the premises.
Music will have to remain at a lower volume to stop people shouting, singing or dancing.
Guidelines have also been drawn up that will see pubs ban taking payments indoors, according to The Telegraph, although nothing has been officially confirmed.
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