we were at the RAF100 event at Cardiff,
and I was talking to a veteran Spitfire pilot
this 94 year old.
Victor, I can't remember his surname off hand.
I was chatting to him and he wasn't in a well sort of way,
you know he had a bit of a chest infection
but he was sort of kept looking at me
and then he said, "I served in India,
"in the war and I was based just outside Bombay."
and he said, then he was obviously flying
in the Far-East.
And then he said, "My CO was a Sikh."
And I knew that there weren't many Sikh fighter pilots
of that sort of rank.
So I showed him a picture of Arjan Singh
who was at the time was Squadron leader Arjan Singh
and straight away said, "That's him."
And so all I did was literally just went on my mobile phone
and Googled Arjan Singh
'cause I know most of these sort of celebrities
that were out there.
And then as soon as he said that was it,
I showed him that picture of him
because he made it to Air Field Marshal
of the Indian Air Force
and was given an honorary rank of Marshal of the Air Force,
of the Indian Air force.
So is showed the picture of him
before he sort of passed away last year
and he was sort of big smiles
to me you know.
I don't think he had ever
or thought that he would see a picture of this guy
he served with and he probably hasn't seen another Sikh
in an air force uniform since you know
since after the war or whatever,
but to me in Cardiff as a Sikh
and then bring up this conversation,
and then I show him a picture on the internet
of the guy he served with you know
to me that sort of thing is brilliant.