A motorcycle, a 1950s sidecar, a red curtain and music: Stan Guigui is having a good time. He’s even providing helmets, sunglasses and leather jackets for everyone coming to have their pictures taken. Stan is very comfortable with people, and the families let themselves go, regardless of the 40 people waiting in line for their turn. When it’s time to leave, children cry and roll on the floor. Of course.
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