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Ridicule is nothing to be scared of, Paul

News reaches the Diary that Financial Express’s Paul Wynne is masking a secret past as a 1980s New Romantic superstar DJ.

While living in Australia, we hear that Wynne hosted his own radio show, blasting out the latest Adam and the Ants, Culture Club and plenty of obscure face-painted groups that the Diary has too much taste to recognise.

Wynne will not comment on how closely his attire resembled that of his cross-dressing heroes.

However, we are sure that the effeminate clothing, frilly shirts and over-the-top cosmetics would be welcomed back into the world of financial services in 2006, if Wynne fancies a one-off return to his youth at any future industry events.

Any Out of Contexts or Diary stories? Send them to Diary editor Paul McMillan, email: paul.mcmillan@centaur.co.uk or telephone: 020 7970 4776

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