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Shining example to us all

At New Star’s annual surfing trip, there was (almost) murder on the dance floor as group marketing director Rob “The Hoff” Page eagerly unveiled his latest moves.

Unfortunately as Page was ‘getting on down’ to some fetching drum ‘n’ bass, one of Money Marketing’s hapless representatives shuffled when he should have moonwalked and clashed with Page’s head, leaving the MM hack with a most unsightly shiner.

Page’s latest dance floor craze has allegedly been entitled “the Zidane”.

MM’s intrepid hack was last seen consulting Homer Simpson’s regular legal representative Lionel Hutz.

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