Date: 20th December 2000
Scottish patriot SIR SEAN CONNERY could never live in New York - because there's always too much going on.
The JAMES BOND movie star fears he wouldn't sleep if he was to spend too much time there because his curiosity wouldn't let him. He explains, "I have a certain curiosity and there's always something going on somewhere else, so it's difficult to sleep." And there's something else Connery doesn't like about New York - the taxis.
He adds, "It's OK if you're TOULOUSE LATREC or one of the seven dwarves, but for a normal sized guy like me it's a joke. The guy in the front driving has enough room for a bed! And if it's raining there's no taxis."