A Washer Droid seen in Soho at night. When I shone my light on it, it attempted to hide behind a lamp post, but wasn’t very successful.
A lost Washer-Droid, wandering around near the banks of the Thames. Perhaps he was drawn to the familiarity of water.
Spotter Nic found this Washer Droid in Ealing. It was showing a typical aggressive behaviour in response to feeling threatened.
A frozen-looking Washer-Droid lurking in the snow. These droids usually spend their domestic lives in warm utility rooms, so do not adapt well to the cold.
Last sighting of this current flap finds a clothes sanitiser droid clearly not obeying parking restrictions.
When left desolate for so long, some droids turn to prostitution to get by. Here we see a Washer-Droid having a 3 way with another Washer-Droid and a Cooker-Droid. The money earned will probably be used to fuel an oil (…)
This tall Utility-Droid was lurking in a garden behind someones shed.
This Washer-Droid was carrying quite a lot of human items with it. This behaviour sometimes arises when a droid is in denial of its redundancy, is confused or just depressed.