AN ANTIQUES Roadshow expert has been left stunned by a guest’s “priceless” Live Aid memorabilia he found dumped in a bin.
On the latest episode of t娛樂城體驗he BBC One show, expert娛樂城活動 Jon Baddeley met a man who had worked backstage at the iconic 1985 charity concert which was watched by billions of people around the world.
The man had brought in a large clear plastic panel with the white Live Aid logo on it, and Jon said: “This is without a doubt one of the most famous logos in the history of Rock and Roll music; the Live Aid guitar in the shape of the continent of Africa.
“Such an image, such a strong image.”
The guest revealed his job had been to help feed the crew, before giving Jon a shock when he asked how it had come to be in his p財神娛樂城ossession.
The man said: “What I remember of the day was actually looking for certain items that had been thrown out in my personal laundry.”
“Someo娛樂城體驗金ne threw them out thinking they were rubbish and then at the refuse area, that’s where I found this.”
He added: “I didn’t find my laundry but I found this and that made up for it, slightly.”
Jon asked with astonishment: “So, you weren’t looking for this at all? You were trying to find your clean underpants?”
Jon then gave some background to viewers about the Live Aid concert in July 1985.