Hulk framed in dubious Soho flick

Visitors to ad agency Duckworth Finn Grubb Waters were recently greeted with a strange sight.

Wandering the corridors, they may have spotted copywriter Simon Riley dressed as the Incredible Hulk. They will have been reassured by the fact that not far behind him was another staff member armed with a camera, rather than a straitjacket.

As it happens, the staff have been making Super 8 films for a project organised by director Ed Sayers. A floor of the agency became a doctor’s waiting room with staff posed in dubious positions. One man had a vacuum cleaner hose attached to his private parts, while marketing director Julie Christian stuck to another member of staff after supposedly getting jammed in flagrante delicto.

Sounds like the rarefied Soho air is going to their heads!

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