"Wait, wasn't that the Fonz?!" is a phrase 
that isn't said nearly often enough.

BBC's James Landale was out on the streets of London, jamming his microphone into regular boring people's faces to get their boring opinions for a boring "vox populi" segment, when suddenly, FonziYes, that's Henry Winkler there at the end, just wandering around England, presumably going from street corner to street corner giving his opinions on Heathrow and possibly other U.K. airports.

If I'm not mistaken, there's an an old English tradition wherein anytime you happen upon a Fonzi on the street, you have to quickly drink a pint of gin and wallop a member of the Queen's Guard in the shin with a cricket bat. I'm not sure how many people still keep that tradition, though.


(by Dennis DiClaudio)

Sources: Salon | Haze Magazine Video