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One journalist has been called a ‘obnoxious snob’ for suggesting that the trailers should face a curfew because he doesn’t like being stuck behind them in his £ 70,000 Jaguar.
Mike Parry, 66, from southwest London, appeared on Good Morning Britain today where he delivered a slimy rant against mobile homes to hosts Alex Beresford and Charlotte Hawkins.
In a passionate rant, he said he “considered anything below a three-star hotel campsite”, adding that caravans are an “horror” that “went out of fashion in 1952”.
He also described the caravan vacations he took as a child as “the most miserable existence of his life,” adding that people who vacation in caravans “don’t even wear appropriate clothing” and that ‘a caravan would not even be welcome in prison.
His comments saw Alex Beresford calling him a “snob” while many viewers complained about his “obnoxious” views while others said he was “rude” for “interrupting and pointing fingers” and that he “needed to learn some ways”.
“They’re an eyesore, and I don’t think they look good under any circumstances, no matter how modern the trailers are, but trailers went out of fashion around 1952.
“When we all got out of WWII and my parents didn’t have the money to take us anywhere on vacation, they took us in a trailer to Anglesey. I have never had a more miserable existence in my life.
“I don’t understand how a human can exist in a little tin can, because that’s pretty much what it is, it’s like hamsters in a sandwich.
“It’s like people are crashing into each other in a situation you wouldn’t even want to welcome if you were in jail.
“I just don’t understand the mentality of the RVers. They seemed to want to crash all together.
“And by the way, have you ever been to a trailer site?” What you see on the caravan site are all those old four-by-four punctured cars dragging these old caravans around.
Mike Parry, 66, from southwest London, appeared on Good Morning Britain today where he delivered a slimy rant against mobile homes to hosts Alex Beresford and Charlotte Hawkins
And then the caravanners seemed to have this desire to try to convince everyone, they have fun, and they pretend to have fun all the time.
“They don’t even wear shorts. They are not wearing appropriate clothes ”.
Urging Mike to “breathe,” Alex and Charlotte said they “absolutely loved” taking trailer trips as children.
’80s pop star Sonia Evans has championed caravan travel, which has spoken of outside her vacation home in Cheshire.
“Here I am in Delamere Forest, it’s wonderful.
’80s pop star Sonia Evans defended the trailers, who spoke from outside her mobile home in Cheshire
“As with the beautiful nature outside, and you know all those things you just said, it’s one thing that connects with your kids, it’s memories.
“Memories that you always remember. And you know, we, we need this more than ever now because nobody can go abroad ‘
Interrupting her, Mike cut her off. “How about taking the trailer to where you’re going?” I believe in live and let live.
“Okay, people want to get in a trailer and go somewhere they own, but not when I’m in my £ 70,000 Jaguar and you’re only going 70mph.
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In an impassioned rant, Mike said he “considered anything below a three star hotel campsite”, adding that caravans are an “horror” that “went out of fashion in 1952”.