Saturday, 4 January 2014
I have always suspected that if they weren't recognised they would soon get miffed so i'm not sure how The Fonz felt when he was mistaken for just any other person walking around the streets and a TV Crew landed in front of him.
BBC News correspondent David Landale took to the streets of the London borough of Richmond, to conduct “Man-on-the-Street” interviews, polling passersby on their thoughts in regards to Heathrow expansions.
One such passerby was asked 'Do you vote?' and Henry Winkler’s response was 'Well, I’m American'.
Pressed on his opinion on the airport expansion he told BBC News 'Richmond is a lovely place. I watch the planes go every day. I hear nothing'.
What are the odds that you stop someone in the street and they turn out to be one of the biggest names from the early 80s.
I just wish he had said 'Heeeey...Sit on it David'.