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Terminator’s shock visit

16 Apr 2015

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Southbank business owner Daniel Feldman was “surprised, delighted and more than a little star struck” last month when Hollywood megastar Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped by for a surprise visit.

Flocked by his large entourage, Mr Schwarzenegger dropped in unexpectedly to Designer Chandelier at Eureka Tower, much to the excitement of Daniel and staff member Shanan Fehrmann.  

Daniel said what was even more surprising was Arnie’s desire to shoot an action scene in the showroom, proposing to drive a car right through the window and continue the scene outside.

He said he gave the potential action film shoot “the green light”.

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