Best foot forward
The bubbly for engineer Jane Wernick’s party – planned for last Thursday – has been put on ice and the dancing girls have been sent home until poor Jane recovers from a nasty tumble that resulted in a broken leg. The accident happened while Jane was on holiday in Italy. According to sources she had ‘one foot on the kerb and one not…and she fell awkwardly.’ The ever so diplomatic source said Jane ‘hadn’t disclosed’ if she had had a drink; he did however confirm that ...
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