Wednesday, April 26, 2006

A cautionary tale

Perhaps this is not one of the most salient matters on the mind of LibDem donor Michael Brown, recently arrested on accusations of fraud in Majorca, but this snippet from The Times is a cautionary tale:

Mr Brown, an expatriate Scot, who was arrested at his home in Majorca, is also accused of lying to get a new British passport by pretending that he had accidentally put his own through a washing machine in Spain.

The moral? Never pretend to wash a passport. Actually wash it. And send the Passport Office the results.

1 Comments:

Blogger Cliff said...

I put mine on a boil cycle regularly to clean off all those nasty things overseas customs officals write in it with their nasty rubber stamps and red exclamation marks. I put my driving licence in at the same time.

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