A MAN who has no problem going through airport security would thrive under the Nazis, his friends have claimed.
Booker’s friend Nikki Hollis said: “Tom really loves showing his identity document to expressionless uniformed men.
“He’s also really into being told where to go by disembodied, all-powerful voices, and grassing up anyone who tries to skip the queue.
“When we went to Lisbon last year, his favourite bit of the holiday was being under constant CCTV surveillance at Gatwick. He said it made him feel safe.”
Booker agreed that airports were microcosms of the kind of society he wanted to live in, where everything was safe and controlled and he was never more than three minutes away from a Costa Coffee.
He said: “Airports are basically heaven, with that gorgeous smell of duty-free perfume and bleach. In an airport, everyone is free to follow orders and get bodyscans, and if you do anything wrong, you get immediately arrested, which is great.
“I’d like to work in airport security. I think I’d be really good at it.”