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Aviva Las Vegas

With thoughts of his impending Las Vegas restatement of nuptials high

in his head, Norwich Union&#39s press officer James Evans has been

rocking around the clock to create a calendar based on his sobriquet

“The King”.

Colleagues are understood to be concerned about his mental state,

with one work chum comparing the self-deification to that of David

Icke.

The Diary, on the other hand, supports Evo&#39s bravura and is pleased

to note emails to the King now come back “Return to sender”. Aviva

Las Vegas.

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