A Hundred Streets


to call first.

I did, but you were

obviously busy, so...

What do you want?

Well, a signed

shirt from the loft

and kiss our children,

is that all right?

Off you go then.

Your audience awaits.

Don't you fancy it?


Goodbye, Max.

Good evening again,

ladies and gents.

A bit of quiet please,

because it's time to meet

the man of the moment.

Please welcome to

the stage our host,

former england rugby

captain, a true hero,

and our very own gladiator,

Maximus Moore.

Thank you, Dan.

Thank you,

ladies and gentlemen.

As my grandmother

once said,

"it's always good to have

a warm hand on your opening."

Um, in

all seriousness,

thank you so much for

supporting our foundation.

You know, our aim is to

raise even more money

and encourage those less

fortunate than ourselves

to play rugby

and perhaps learn

the disciplines of

working on a team.

So, uh, sit back

and we'll run the vt

of some of our fantastic work

that we've been doing. Cheers.

Say cheese.


Nice one.

Thanks, girls.

Thank you.

Oh, yeah.

See ya.


Bye, Max.

See ya.


Are you sure?

Mate, I ain't getting

any at home, am I?

You think she's still seeing

that photographer bloke?


So, what're you gonna do?

Well, I'll see

how she likes it

when her credit card

gets stopped, yeah?


Yeah, mate.

Listen, call your mate and

get him to grab some gear.

Oh, yeah.

And I'll sort

those two out.

Sorry, I don't

think that picture

came out really well.

It's dead in here, b.

Fam, this action's sh*t!

Hey, yo,

let's go hit vip.

What? Do you think

we can get in?

Watch. Let me deal

with this, you know?



Say no more.

Walk on.

You got a stamp?

Hey, look, yeah?

I don't think so.

This ain't for your

type, little man.

Wh... we've been invited,

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