London flash floods: Brian May posts videos of damage to Kensington house by floodwater

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “London flash floods: Brian May posts videos of damage to Kensington house by floodwater” – below is their description.

    Brian May has said he is “angry” after a number of his “precious” belongings were ruined during the flooding of his London home.

    There were flash floods in the capital on Tuesday following intense downpours the previous night.

    Queen guitarist May, 73, said he came home from a day out to “horror in our house” in Kensington, west London.

    In a post on Instagram, he added: “The whole bottom floor had been inundated with a sewage overflow – which has covered our carpets, rugs and all kinds of precious (to us) things in a stinking sludge.

    “It’s disgusting, and actually quite heartbreaking. It feels like we were have been invaded, desecrated.”

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