They tried to make me go to rehab ….

life-works-woking-gv-0007but I said ‘no, no, no, YES”

Spent all day Saturday looking for Amy WineHouse’s boyfriend, who is in Rehab at the Life Works Centre in Old Woking. Glorious weather, it rained pretty much none stop all day and the only photos I have to prove my endeavour is a couple of GVs.

Blake Civil Fielder, or whatever his name is, is in Rehab as part of his early release conditions, he is under curfew and is tagged. I can’t forsee that he will be seen out and about in the next few weeks, I also imagine that visits by his daft bird will be limited if not actually prohibited.

However that will not stop the National Papers and the Paparazzi from being camped outside for the next few weeks.


It has been a long week

canary It has been a long week this week, with most days spent in the City of London. No let up next week either as I have yet more of the same. Tonight a visit to the Chiddingfold Fireworks display and then Sunday for some R&R.

Skid Bang

skid-bang001On the way to a job this morning I saw the aftermath of a police prang. Nothing spectacular unfortunately, or fortunately, depending upon your point of view.

The old bill took out a traffic light standard, no doubt chasing someone who had committed a really serious offence such as parking on double yellow lines or smoking a cigarette whilst driving.
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I Have been busier lately

gurpal-virdi-at-tribunal-0004 Have been a little busier recently, which is nice, today I was at the Central London Employment Tribunal for the arrival of Gurpal Virdi who is back in front of the tribunal, Again after having already received £90,000 from the Met in 2002.

Whilst I was in town, I parked in an NCP car (actually the Drury Lane NCP) christ they know how to charge, £12 for less than three hours, and all parking in Westminster is Credit Card and Mobile Phone only, a bit “Big Fucking Brother” and I don’t mean 10 retards locked in a house, more like dozens of retards in the Council Offices.

Any Hoo, Laters Drivel Fans.

First Celeb Pics

It was funny going back through some of my old negatives from the early 1980s, to come across the first celebrity photographs that I ever did. Sarah Crowe and Anne Bryson were just out of St Catherine’s Drama School, and had started a cabaret act called the “Flamin’ Hamsters”. Sarah and Anne both went to successful careers in show business, but their first big break that I can remember was as the Philadelphia Cheese Girls.
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