Harold popped down to the shops to get a few things.
Unfortunately for Harold he forgot that he lives in Adelaide and the shops are no longer allowed to supply plastic bags for their customers to carry shopping home.
As you can see from the photograph taken by renown street photographer Billy The Snapper, Mrs Wilson had come prepared with her excellent shopping bag made from sustainable Raffia. The embroidered pattern on the side was Mrs Wilson’s own work and was designed to offset her outfit.
Harold had to juggle his purchases all the way home and he was left to wish that he had not purchased the large economy sized toothpaste.
To make it even worse the top kept coming off.
Harold can be excused when you remember that he was in Adelaide and they do things differently there.
As everyone knows when it’s five o’clock in Melbourne it’s probably about 1964 in Adelaide.