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FAN FEATURE: This time we have a piece from Milan Vandermeulen, an MA student of History at the University of Leuven who's thesis is on Freddie Mercury. Link in bio. • "Perhaps Mercury was and is an example for migrants or non-heterosexuals, but as I said this is up to the individual. Whatever you think of Mercury, he is the most diverse, unprobeable and therefore most interesting artist ever." • #queen #freddiemercury #freddiemercuryforever
Before he was Freddie Mercury, Farrokh Bulsara worked at Britain's Heathrow Airport. In honor of his birthday, which was Wednesday, these Heathrow staffers put together a little dance routine. The song? Queen's "I Want To Break Free."
Today, members of our baggage team along with British Airways colleagues performed a tribute at T5 Arrivals to one-time Heathrow baggage handler Freddie Mercury, in support of @The_MPT! #ForeverFreddie #BohemianRhapsody pic.twitter.com/73l9aZM7ve— Heathrow Airport (@HeathrowAirport) September 5, 2018