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Those crazy guys at mortgage packager
Bananas are living up to their name bathing in baked beans to raise
money for charity. Compliance manager Eddie Parsons had 50
industrial-size cans of beans tipped over his head, raising £250
for Children in Need. The Diary is convinced that compliance has an inherent predilection for torture.

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