MOURNERS have flocked outside a Reading pub which was a spot frequented by the three victims killed in Saturday's terror attack.

Michael Main, a friend of David Wails and the other two victims, James Furlong and Joe Ritchie-Bennett, told the BBC he knew him as a regular at The Blagrave Arms pub.

He said: "I drank with David probably every day. Every time I was in there, he was in there. We'd have a lot of banter. He was a banter person. He's the one that hits me the most because I know him more and it's just sad to know he's gone so early."

Pictures show tearful visitors outside the pub as they gather to remember the three victims.

A heart-shaped floral tribute and candles have also been placed outside the Blagrave Arms pub in Reading town centre.


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A note on the door said: "The Blagrave Arms management and staff are devastated at the announcement that the three people who died in the Forbury Gardens attack on Saturday were regular customers and very dear friends of ours.

"Our hearts go out to their family and friends, and the other victims of this horrific incident; out of respect for them and our customers, we will not be doing any interviews or be making any comment.

Alongside the names "Dave, James and Joe", the text said: "We will never forget you. RIP."

A note inside the heart-shaped floral tribute, placed outside of the Blagrave Arms pub in Reading town centre, said: "Our hearts are broken."