NOEL CLARKE

WA­TER-SLIDE ATTENDANT & LIFEGUARD

Empire (UK) - - ON.SCREEN -

“I was a wa­ter-slide attendant at a sports cen­tre. You would climb up the top of the slide to make sure there’s noth­ing in there that can hurt any­one. Then you would turn it on and you just say: ‘Go... Go...’ I had to clean the chang­ing rooms as well, and I made £50 a month. It was only two days a week, though — they didn’t turn the slide on for week­days. Kids were not al­lowed to have fun in the week. It was ac­tu­ally not so bad a job, but my oth­ers were life­guard­ing, which had many perks, let me tell you, and a gym in­struc­tor, which had even more perks.”

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