Sneak has lost his beach ball. It's pretty big, pretty colourful. It was last seen sitting atop a building in the heart of Tech City, just above the Old Street/Silicon Roundabout. If you've seen it it would be great if you could let him know of its whereabouts.
Sneak had left it there just for the weekend and thought it had been tied down pretty securely. Apparently not - the wind would seem to have taken it for a ride, and Sneak is concerned not only about the potential of causing traffic chaos, but also the fact that it's pretty expensive.
It's ball-shaped, about 10 metres tall/wide and brightly-coloured. It represents the vibrancy of the tech community in East London. Sneak presumes it is spreading its colourful joy to all of the bright, young and fresh startups throughout Shoreditch. This makes Sneak happy, but nonetheless the ball is really expensive. So if you have it, please return it.
Sneak would be very let down if he couldn't find it.
Update: Sneak had nothing to do with this.
— Bern Yu (@Bern798) October 28, 2013
All in a stormy days work for @IslingtonBC staff member who secures giant beach ball bouncing round Old St roundabout pic.twitter.com/NhMWS2yJKG
— Lesley Seary (@LesleySeary) October 28, 2013
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