A handful of expats are among the islanders who have been warned they will be in the direct line of fire if the North Korean tyrant unleashes a missile attack.
But Mike Delaney, 45, a building contractor from New Moston, Manchester, insisted: “Panic? You must be joking. I’ve had a long, hard week and I’m planning to throw a barbecue and sink a few pints with friends.”
Mike, who is working on a project at Guam’s giant US Navy base, added: “I’ve been more worried about typhoons in the past. All you can really do is carry on as normal.”
Instead of fallout shelters, fellow expats and locals were heading for the Tower of London, the only British pub on the remote western Pacific island, which has a population of 162,742.
There, the same stoic spirit was in evidence from Nottingham-born Julian Walker, who has lived in Guam’s Tumon region for 27 years.
Julian, 57, said: “It’s not the first time he has threatened to blitz us.
“Everyone’s going about their daily business as usual and I haven’t run into a single person who says they’re scared.”
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