rian May well has explained he is “offended” immediately after a quantity of his “important” belongings ended up ruined just after his Kensington residence was flooded.
Queen guitarist May well, 73, said he arrived home from a day out to “horror in our house”. In a publish on Instagram, he stated: “The full bottom flooring experienced been inundated with a sewage overflow – which has covered our carpets, rugs and all varieties of precious (to us) factors in a stinking sludge.
“It really is disgusting, and truly very heartbreaking. It feels like we ended up have been invaded, desecrated.”
He mentioned his wife Anita Dobson had “a life span of memorabilia on the flooring of our basement – and most of it is sodden and ruined”.
Might stated he had recently moved his own “treasured” childhood picture albums into the basement.
“Today it turned into a sodden mess,” he explained.
“I’m devastated – this stuff is only ‘things’ – but it feels like Back To The Foreseeable future when the photograph fades – feels like a lot of my past has been wiped out.”
Might shared a quantity of videos demonstrating stained flooring and moist possessions.
He blamed the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea council for the flooding, saying they are “responsible for all the misery that is going on in my neighbourhood tonight”.
In response the Council said “our priority is to make sure residents who have been impacted by last night’s flooding have the assist they need”.
It reported it had positioned 120 citizens in unexpected emergency resort lodging and ended up creating crisis repairs on Tuesday.
“We are building welfare calls to susceptible citizens and have established up a centre at The Curve in North Kensington where by Council officers are on hand to help people afflicted.
“Flash floods have influenced boroughs across London right after unexpected and torrential rainfall. This is resulting in harm and disruption throughout the metropolis, not just in this article in just below in Kensington and Chelsea and is not joined to basement constructing.”