#selfie, #twerk, #celebspot, go!

Richard Bacon looks pleased to have been snapped by staff from Fetch on their pub crawl challenge last week. They were probably pretty chuffed too - they thought they were going to a training day.

Celeb spot: Richard Bacon gets close attention from Fetch staff
Celeb spot: Richard Bacon gets close attention from Fetch staff

Bacon, who seems to have been grabbed while on his phone, fulfilled the #celebspot element of the pub crawl game, which also included a task to snap twerking, people wearing onesies and selfies (the easiest of the challenges, surely?)

Fetch’s staff answered cryptic clues to find each pub, where they completed a task by posting pictures on Instagram with hashtags such as #selfie, #twerk or #celebspot.

As well as Mr Bacon, the best images included a nice panda onesie.

Got a diary story? Email: Louise.Ridley@Haymarket.com

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