Bulgarian bad boy's bus dreams
The firm he nicked them from has agreed to pay for two years of training, because young Dimitar has an "insurmountable craving" to be a bus driver.
Guru wonders whether Dimitar really displayed all the characteristics needed to be a good bus driver; selective blindness - first when it comes to stopping at some request stops, and second, driving off when passengers actually want to board the bus.
Then there is the inexplicable desire to rag round like a touring car driver, despite the fact they are behind the wheel of a double decker or, God forbid, a bendy bus.
Oh yes, and just general all-round surliness when you, like, dare so much to talk to them or pay in cash.
Guru thinks if this is what it takes to drive a bus, then all those ASBO-weilding hoodies that nick cars and joyride, like Dimitar, should be signed up on bus driver training courses straight away. You can, after all, get a BTEC in 'Delivering a Bus Service' in London.