Country pub bartender uses bottle tops to make little animals.
L/S of a typical English country pub. M/S of a bar counter being cleaned by a middle aged man. After cleaning, he empties 'bottle tops bin' on the counter. M/S of a man as he puts a brick next to bottle tops. He starts making holes in the bottle tops with hammer and nail. There is a figure of horse made of bottle tops on the bar next to the man. C/U shot of the man's hands as he makes a hole in a bottle top.
The man is Chris Camron, a bartender who uses bottle tops to make animals. C/U shot of Mr Camron's hands as he fetches half done horse from under the counter. Mr Camron starts working on the horse. C/U shot of Mr Camron's face as he works. C/U shot of his hands. Camera pans to show finished horse with a little red Lucifer as a horseman. M/S of Mr Camron finishing the horse. C/U shot of Mr Camron's hands adjusting horse's tail.
Succession of C/U shots of the finished animals: stork, peacock, sheep, sausage dog, an insect, a snake.
Note: There is another story about this pub in CP 120. Its proprietor has a large collection of toby jugs.