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On a lighter note: BBC sent reporter called Phil McCann to cover petrol shortage crisis

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Up and down the country, drivers have been queuing at petrol stations for hours to fill their cars up over concerns they might not get another chance amidst the ongoing shortage of HGV drivers.

So, to cover the ongoing fuel crisis, the BBC decided to send out one of its reporters to a station in Stockport to see what members of the public were making of it.

And in a pretty perfect example of nominative determinism, almost as if a producer had planned it, they sent a journalist by the name of Phil McCann down to do the job.

Unsurprisingly, it didn't take long for people to spot the link, with viewers sharing screenshots to Twitter and even tagging the reporter in the posts.


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Brilliant, and a much needed chuckle!


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