It’s good to take your clothes off

The Diary was returning from a meeting with poster contractor Mills & Allen in the salubrious London district of Marylebone when a commotion in the Edgeware Road brought the traffic to a grinding halt.

The Diary was returning from a meeting with poster contractor Mills & Allen in the salubrious London district of Marylebone when a commotion in the Edgeware Road brought the traffic to a grinding halt.

A leggy blonde, who had been lounging against a red telephone box, suddenly whipped off her floor- length fur coat and started posing for a photographer stark naked.

The Diary could not help wondering if BT has ditched its contract with actor Hugh Laurie in favour of a more “upfront” communications strategy.

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