Face of tragic pop legend found in chip shop carton
GEORGE Michael is not dead – he lives on in a smear of MUSHY PEAS that came with Darren Kensit’s chippy fish supper last week.
Darren had just polished off his takeaway treat at his home in Crewe, Cheshire, and was tidying up when he found the face of the former Wham! singer in the pea carton.
The 41- year- old ulpholstery designer said: “There was a shape in the pea residue, down the side of the polystyrene cup.
“At first I thought it was the face of Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper. But then I looked a bit closer and it came to me… it was George Michael!”
As a gay, Darren is a huge fan of George Michael’s music, and he wept buckets when the singer dropped dead of a heart attack on Christmas Day at his home in Goring- on- Thames, Oxon, aged 53.
Darren said: “It was a great comfort to see George in the pea juice. It was a bit like having him back in our lives.
“I’ve written to George’s old management team to see if they’d like to take the carton on tour. But I’ve not heard back yet.”
Meanwhile, it was reported last week that George’s funeral has been delayed as the coroner is still awaiting the results from toxicology tests on his body organs, to ascertain if drug ingestion had played a factor in the singer’s death.