Google has made much of its commitment to clean up the filth and smut that can be seen on its newly acquired site, YouTube.

Google has made much of its commitment to clean up the filth and smut that can be seen on its newly acquired site, YouTube.

That could mean the Googleman having a quiet word in Robert Harwood-Matthews’ shell-like, after footage of the BDH/TBWA Manchester boss appeared on the site.

The shocking (pink) clip shows him “cavorting” in a bra and threatening to slip into a pink g-string.

Fortunately the clip was for a good cause – last month’s Breast Cancer Awareness Day, and the Diary commends Robert for his game-for-a-laugh attitude. But although the day has now passed the clip remains very much in the present.

It can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khQLc7GTav8

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