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Chief Druid King Arthur Pendragon gets court date over Stonehenge parking feesUpdated11 Jan 12:29pm

Chief Druid King Arthur Pendragon gets court date over Stonehenge parking fees

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Salisbury county court has granted the neo-Druid a full day to have his case heard against parking charges for worshippers When the original King Arthur wanted to park at Stonehenge, he simply rode up, got off his horse, tethered it to a rock, and went about his business of worshipping ancient stones. Parking in latter-day Britain is, of course, a nightmare. Which is why, when the reincarnation of King Arthur wants to go and worship the grey wickets during the summer solstice, he now has to pay £15 to stow his Kawasaki motorbike.
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