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Gallery alert

 
October 6th 2014
 

A homeless man who went into the Tate Britain gallery in central London to use the toilet and fell asleep, was locked in the building after dark, reports the Evening Standard.

Raj Patel, 32, went into the Tate Britain in Pimlico fell asleep inside the toilet cubicle shortly before closing time late last month.

The former IT worker, who had been sleeping rough, woke up two hours later to find the gallery locked up and plunged into darkness.

The gallery issued a statement saying it was reviewing its security following the incident.

 
 
 

October 2014

 

Contents

Upfront: Books to inspire

Immigration Bill checks

English drug deaths rise

Indy Ref sparks food bank

Harry’s film cleans up

Mother of all campaigns

Bill tackles surge of revenge evictions

In Focus: Soup runs

Youth allowance proposed

Gallery alert

Mental health help for all

Shelter moves into housing

Bedroom tax eviction

Interview: John Dolan

My view: B&Bs don't care

 

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