Dr Graham Jones-Carr was removed from his home yesterday. This was unusual because his home for the pervious four months had been (be) Heathrow Airport. Dr Jones-Carr moved (move) into Heathrow, the world’s busiest airport, as part of an experiment in modern living conditions. He wanted (want) to find out if it was possible to live comfortably inside one of the terminal buildings. He did not tell (not tell) the authorities about his work because he thought (think) they would not cooperate. Until yesterday, he used (use) two left luggage lockers as his wardrobes, he ate (eat) his meals in the restaurants and cafes and (he) did (do) his washing in the public toilets. Dr Jones-Carr had originally planned (originally planned) to live at Heathrow for just two weeks, but he liked (like) it so much that he extended (extend) his stay. “I always found (always find) interesting people to talk to and I had (have) everything I needed (need)” he said. He was discovered when a security camera showed (show) that he had slept in the same place for the last eight nights. At the beginning of his stay he had used (use) different places each night to avoid detection, but he found (find)one seat particularly comfortable and decided (decide) to make it his home. Security guards then watched (watch) hours of video tape to discover the pattern of his movements before phoning the police. The police arrested(arrest) him while he was having (have) his morning shower. Superintendent Brian Smith said “We took(take) action in case he planned/was planning (plan)terrorist activities. It looked(look) very suspicious but actually he did not do (do) anything wrong and he agreed (agree) to leave the airport peacefully. The matter is closed.
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