As a child he was often found tinkering with mechanical objects to see how they were made. On many an occasion his father would miss out on family meals as a result of putting back together the family car or fridge as a result of Albert’s dismantled curiosities.
His curious nature became quite obsessive as he grew up, frequently finding himself drawn to the backs of people and leaning over their shoulder to see ‘what was going on’. His inquisitive nature almost became a psychological compulsion that he often couldn’t control. So much so that he found himself escorted periodically from public toilets.
One morning on a stroll through the city he spotted a man with a small film camera facing a glass panel.
Albert’s curious instincts gripped him as he veered toward the man..