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Crashing the list

Galleries and auction houses circulate list of crashers

 

It’s official: The gatecrashers of London have their cards marked. The Steeple Times has been given the official list of “suspected gatecrashers” that is being circulated by the galleries and auction houses of London.

 

The gallery of rogues being circulated by galleries and auction houses includes the photographs featured above
The gallery of rogues being circulated by galleries and auction houses includes the photographs featured above

Naturally, many on the list – which comes complete with pictures –are known to us and have featured on our pages. Apart from David Pun, who is described as being someone whom “pretends he is interested in buying”, the roster numbers a whole array of names including:

 

John Barrett (allegedly of the Press Bureau)

Deborah Brick (allegedly of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office)

David Crafter

Denis Doble

John Floyd (allegedly of the BBC)

Virani Nizar

 

Best still is the “further description” section. One man is described as:

 

“A very greasy looking man in his 60’s with long frizzy grey hair stuck to his head that always comes in a jumper and has a satchell across his chest – almost no front teeth”.

 

Another is celebrated as:

 

“A blondish man in his late 40’s early 50’s who pretends to work for some magazine. Tall and thin and the most tiresome of the lot when ejected”.

 

Here is a group of creepy souls who should just stay at home in Cricklewood and Hounslow. Enough is enough. It’s time to auction the lot of them off.

 

 

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Comments

8 comments on “Crashing the list”

  1. Gorilla’s in the mist, had I not read the article, I would have assumed that they were delegates at a Labour Party Conference. Why don’t they get themselves elected as Labour Party councillors? The Pun excluded.

  2. I went to a supposedly exclusive reception by Citi at Art 14 , Olympia, and several of the gatecrashers gang were there en force.. It is just too easy to infiltrate most events . Irony is that it was rather difficult to get an invitation myself although I am a client!

  3. Your frizzy haired, dentally challenged friend is called Rakesh Patel, and he’s somewhat of a grabber. Hangs around with some other ******** who should be arrested.

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