The 79-year-old Indiana Jones star spoke with Mr Shaw, who has served at the LFB for 31 years, and wished him well with his retirement.After the see, Mr Osbourne stated: “It was a pleasure to be able to say farewell to Andrew on his last shift with the unscripted aid of Han Solo.
” Being based at a busy central London area we do in some cases see famous faces going by, and this simply occurred to be ideal timing.”
The Westminster LFB later tweeted; “Han Solo comes to Soho! Mr Ford was kind enough to congratulate firemen Andrew Shaw on his last shift for 31 years of service.”Harrison Ford has starred in a number of hit movies, along with the Indiana Jones movie series and Star Wars franchise, consisting of Blade Runner, Air Force One, and Cowboys And Aliens.
A firefighter has been given a retirement present he is unlikely to forget – a surprise see from renowned Hollywood star Harrison Ford. The London Fire Brigades (LFB) Blue Watch had simply finished roll call on Saturday night when the Star Wars actor left a car outside the station.
Station officer, Ryan Osbourne, chose to strike up a discussion with Mr Ford before introducing him to Andrew Shaw, who was finishing his last shift before retiring.