On his second day in Northern Ireland, Lucas Morse found himself in a pub sipping on a dark pint of Guinness, standing alone, looking out of place.
So he introduced himself to a couple of guys in the pub. Guys who, it turns out, were boxers.
“The one guy looked like someone bit one of his ears off,” Morse said.
The conversation eventually turned to politics, and the boxers asked Morse his opinion on Margaret Thatcher, the controversial former prime minister of the United Kingdom. He tried to answer in the most neutral way possible. Tried to.