Bernard and his ‘pussy galore’

Following our revelation last week that Leo Burnett staff had spied a green Rolls-Royce regularly parked outside a bordello opposite the agency building, the Diary has received an important missive.

Young & Rubicam corporate affairs director Bernard Barnett has admitted to driving a green Rolls-Royce.

This is not a crime in itself. But Barnett wishes to make clear that he is not the person making nocturnal visits to the house of fun in Sloane Avenue.

And Bernard’s cat, he assures the Diary, will vouch for him being asleep by midnight every night with his faithful puss curled up at his feet.

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