“When I was younger, I worked on a CD-ROM called Charlton Heston’s Voyage Through The Bible. We had loads of press down to meet the man and, despite my initial concerns, he was a pleasant chap. During the day, I popped into the toilet and noticed there was no toilet paper. A few minutes later, Charlton asked me where the restroom was. I pointed him in the right direction and watched him shuffle off. Then the thought struck me.
“I stopped him just as he reached the door. ‘Hi, this is a bit awkward, but I just wanted to mention that there’s no toilet paper in that restroom. Hang on and I’ll pop back and get some for you.”
“Seeming to grow in size and stature, he paused, put his hand on my shoulder and leaned towards me. The voice of God boomed loudly: ‘Son, that won’t be necessary for what I’m about to do.'”