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Two diners labelled the ‘most determined in Britain’ after eating out in a storm


TWO diners were labelled the “most determined in Britain” after they ate out in a storm.

The women tucked into their meals with a glass of wine while being battered by hailstones.

Both wore coats and plastic ponchos on Tuesday as they huddled under a solitary umbrella.

They were the only diners brave enough to eat at the restaurant in Manchester amid wet weather.

Locals say the local area, Cutting Room Square, is usually brimming with customers and walkers.

Passer-by Jenny Colebourn, 24, said: “They were head-to-toe drenched. It was really funny.

“It was right in the middle of the massive hailstorm. It was torrential weather. Hail and really windy.

“It’s true British style to be out there having a good time in all weathers.”

The product manager added: “It’s so British to be like ‘we’ve got our booking, we’re going to go’.”

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