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FSA gives us Jumping Jack Flash … and satisfaction

The FSA’s Ashley Kovas strutted his stuff at the Compliance Register Awards in aid of charity last week. Dressed in leather trousers, with spiked hair and make-up, he rattled through classics such as Alice Cooper’s Poison and the Rolling Stones’ Jumping Jack Flash, backed by two screeching female colleagues.

The high point had to be when one of the backing singers proclaimed: “It’s the FSA, man,” at the crescendo of one of their numbers.

All this on the same night that David Strachan (right) won the award for most helpful member of FSA staff – from a short list of two.

l Geoff Chown, founder of IFA UK, and Inva Trust’s David Harris are looking for entrants to play in next July’s Variety Club Sunshine Classic Golf Tournament.

This year’s tournament raised around 60,000 for the charity in aid of sick, disabled and disadvan- taged children.

Celebrities attending the event in previous years have included Sir Henry Cooper, Sir Bobby Charlton, Jimmy Tarbuck and even the mighty Denis Waterman.

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