Models Stumbled Upon A Dead Body… And Didn't Report It For SIX HOURS Until They Were Done With Their Photoshoot!
"The show must go on" has a few exceptions, people.
Five models, a photographer, and the two men who commissioned them were trying to avoid work permits when they broke into an abandoned warehouse near Manchester back in 2015 — but trespassing was the least of their worries.
That's because on July 15 of last year, designers Andrew and Sean Geaney and their crew stumbled upon a dead body during their shoot at the Old Dunlop Warehouse… and then didn't report it for SIX HOURS until after they were done!
Apparently, the group of eight found 27-year-old Declan Noonan's dead body at around 7 p.m. local time — but when they realized he had hung himself, they decided to wait to report it because it "wasn't going anywhere."
We're even hearing the brothers, photographer Owen Birell, and models Leroy Numa, Max Dos Santos Leite, Habibi Deen, Amber Dobson (pictured above), and Oliver Lewis-Chapman went out for pizza before Sean's girlfriend convinced them to call it in at around 1 a.m. the next day!
The octet were due in Manchester Town Hall this week to explain themselves, where Sean defended his We Are What We Are label, saying:
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