Salisbury novichok suspects say they were only visiting cathedral – our favourite 25 responses
"Salisbury spire is 132m tall, Mr Wint."
"We do admire large erections, Mr Kidd." pic.twitter.com/iUpkWKEWC2
— Stephen Graham (@PlopGazette) September 13, 2018
Guilty as fuck. Next case please. https://t.co/MhUx7eO5rS
— Mr Roger Quimbly (@RogerQuimbly) September 13, 2018
You can question the Skirpal poisoning suspects' trip to Salisbury all you like, but Ruslan Borishov's Trip Advisor review looks legit… pic.twitter.com/f5B6WfsNSk
— NewsThump (@newsthump) September 13, 2018
Mixed feelings at Salisbury tourist board https://t.co/YEPkbtv3rW
— Rachel Kennedy (@rachelkennedy84) September 13, 2018
Big day for the social media guy. I can almost hear the excited crunch of Rich Tea biscuits and frantic texting. https://t.co/wS3dcANBCt
— SimonNRicketts (@SimonNRicketts) September 13, 2018
People are being very sceptical about these two Russians, but I’d like to see YOU try visiting a beautiful cathedral city without killing some people.
— Dan Rebellato (@DanRebellato) September 13, 2018
"What did I say, Roy?"
"You said that our friends had been suggesting for a long time we visit this wonderful town. Its famous Salisbury cathedral, famous for its 123m spire…the clock… the oldest of its kind in the world that is still working." pic.twitter.com/bgB2dNOxp3
— Michael Glasper (@michaelglasper) September 13, 2018
"There are a lot of alcoves around the Salisbury Cathedral. You use this word? Alcoves?" https://t.co/7in83pnIXJ
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) September 13, 2018
Fly to Britain
Stay in shitty hotel in London
Travel to Salisbury
Don't visit cathedral because Russians don't do snow
Leave after half an hour
Fly home again
Why doesn't Thomas Cook offer this tour?
— GeorgeMonbiot (@GeorgeMonbiot) September 13, 2018
Anything less than two hours of Salisbury Cathedral CCTV including full tour, selfies, a browse of the gift shop and coffee and a cake in the Visitor Centre I'm not buying it. https://t.co/6Pa4mWv6Iq
— barney farmer (@barneyfarmer) September 13, 2018
"So Mr Bond, what do you know about Salisbury Cathedral" pic.twitter.com/5YqY5q9ISv
— Nick Cohen (@NickCohen4) September 13, 2018
Amazing. Two Russian men claim they went to Salisbury as tourists but were frustrated by all the snow on the ground, so they immediately went home…to Moscow. In March. Where it was covered in snow.
— Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) September 13, 2018
But let’s not forget this either.
All very comical. Until you remember the woman who died https://t.co/tYIyjTKqWd
— Jane Garvey (@janegarvey1) September 13, 2018