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Tag: Pun

April 17, 2017

Shopping with Pun

by Matthew Steeples

Party-loving David Pun finds fame in Queensway’s Food Basics Oriental Superstore for all the wrong reasons; for him, it’s a far cry from Harvey Nicks   David Pun is well known on London’s party scene and for the claims he makes about his connections to the families that own Harvey Nichols and The Peninsula Hotels. … Continue reading “Shopping with Pun”

March 25, 2016

Oliver Rothschild (AKA “The Fake Rothschild”)

by General

A regular on the party circuit in London, self-described “International Man of Excellence” Oliver Rothschild was exposed by The Telegraph as a “fake Rothschild” in March 2016.

May 30, 2015

A toxic trio

by Venetia Grey

Right-wing ranter Elizabeth Jones takes to social media to defend party crasher David Pun

September 17, 2014

Ivan Pun

by General

Oxford educated Ivan Pun is plainly someone the party crasher David Pun would love to be. He features on Town & Country’s ‘Most Eligible Bachelors’ list, is described as liking “the international party circuit” and works in his father’s property development business, Serge Pun Associates (SPA), as head of corporate development. Yangon based and a … Continue reading “Ivan Pun”

September 25, 2013

Meet The Pun

by Matthew Steeples

Party loving David Pun appears in ‘Meet The Russians’   We didn’t expect the first episode of Meet The Russians would offer anything other than clichéd claptrap, but there was actually at least one scene of note.

March 7, 2013

David Pun

by Matthew Steeples

Some websites list him as the “buying director” of Harvey Nichols but their official website curiously fails to include him. This bow tie wearer is often to be found at parties in London but on many an occasion organisers have expressed surprise as to how he got in. There’s even a Twitter account in his … Continue reading “David Pun”