rying to open a bottle of beer without an opener?
Well, get that bottle out of your mouth RIGHT NOW because we have some information that will change everything you thought you knew about drinking in public.
This is not a drill, people!
World, meet your newest hero.
This is Patrick Dalton, a resident of London who describes himself on Twitter as an “Author/Photographer/Nerd”.
Speaking of his Twitter account, we’d suggest checking it out, because it’s filled with some pretty bizarre stuff that Dalton has captured during his travels.
Like, for example, a hummus shop that also sells creepy porcelain dolls.
A natural combination, right?
He published his first book, Shit London: Snapshots of a City on the Edge, in 2011.
Since then, he’s also published three more: Rude London: Snapshots of a City with Its Pants Down, Shit London 2: Even More Snapshots of a City on the Edge, and Shit New York: Snapshots of the City that Never Sleeps – Caught Napping.
Take, for instance, this rare sighting.
A cat managing a bird shop?
That’s a recipe for disaster.
Also, the sign includes a small footnote that states “NO PICTURE TAKING ALLOWED,” so Dalton took a pretty big risk snapping this photo.
And this is just sad.
Let’s hope that the residents of these apartments are too far gone to realize the rather insulting name.
Although I guess it could be worse. At lease they didn’t call them “Last-Stop-Before-Death Apartments.”
That would have crossed the line.
But the reason Dalton is being hailed as a hero has nothing to do with his books.
It’s because he’s solved an issue that commuters have been struggling with since the beginning of time:
How do you open your beer while on public transportation?
His solution is nothing short of brilliant.