She recalled, “Wasn’t expecting him to be so sweet. He was just, like, ‘Thank you guys so much for coming and waiting for me, it means a lot. Then his manager or whatever he was thanked us girls, too, and then we were walking off. I [told R.Pattz], ‘Enjoy your time in Adelaide’ and he thanked me again.”
Later that night Oberti and her friends saw Pattinson at the local pub.
She said, “It was a small, grungy type of pub, dark inside, loud and busy, but real chilled out with acoustic guitars and all that.”
Taylah Cailes was another fan who got a photo with Pattinson.
“He was walking with his manager and one security guard,” Cailes recalled. “He looked like a completely normal person. He had a guitar with him as well. I was the first to spot him walk out and I froze and was sort of speechless and pointing at him. He saw me and he had the cutest smirk on his face!
She added, “We asked nicely if we could get a picture with him. He said he was in a rush and asked if it was okay if we got a group photo and made sure that we knew each other, and we said, ‘Yes,’ took our photo and then he said, ‘Thank you,’ to us, smiling, and got in his car.”
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