I'm All Done Glyn!

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I'm All Done Glyn!


Byline: By Nathan Bevan and James McCarthy Wales on Sunday

Big Brother runner up Glyn Wise came home for the party of his life last night - but was so tired he went home by 8pm!

The boy from Blaenau Ffestiniog caught the train back from London yesterday where he had been staying with fellow Welsh speaker and contestant Imogen Thomas.

But feeling nippy on the way home the 18-year-old forgot where he was and asked if Big Brother could make the train warmer!

Heledd Jones, 18, has known Glyn for 14 years, having attended primary and secondary schools with the former lifeguard.

She said: 'He was cold on the train and was sleeping and shouted 'Big Brother can you put the air conditioning off please?'

'Then he realised he was not in the Big Brother house any more and that people were looking at him.

'People were talking and wanted autographs and pictures when he woke up.

'We can't really see a lot of him because he is really busy but I don't think fame will change him much.

'You could see in his eyes tonight that he was tired and could not have stayed out if he wanted to. He only had a pint or two.

'It was really funny because all the people here who know him, but not that well, were all asking him for his autograph and for pictures - he was really milking it!'

Heledd, who took over Glyn's job at the local pool when he went into the Big Brother house, was one of more than 100 people who turned out to meet him at Bro Ffestiniog Rugby Club last night.

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