Today I was helping someone move house. Everything was packed apart from a "chair". I picked the "chair" up, tipped it on its side to fit it into the boot. . . . . . . . The "Chair" was a commode . . . . . . . . . . And it wasn't empty Next Story: I went through a set of traffic lights pictured here As I turned right, the lights went onto amber, as I approached the next set of lights, they turned red. However I didn't know the junction too well, and didn't know where/if I should stop, because the markings had all worn away. I went through them Luckily the set of lights feeding in from the side street on the left were on a delay, so no cars pulled out until I had cleared the junction. Lessons Learned: Treat all chairs like commodes, take unfamiliar junctions SLOWLY.