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Those attending the seventh birthday party of Buckley Gray Yeoman were in for a shock - the party theme of the seven deadly sins was represented by a scantily-clad female with a snake draped around her neck, presumably portraying lust.

Classy. If that wasn't enough, attendees were also greeted by the sight of the practice's newly designed building for Burberry, which had just been given the go-ahead. Apparently, the architect had written into the contract that in no way could the firm produce a building that reflected the Burberry 'look'. Lest, no doubt, what they produced proved to be a mecca for chavs from all over the world. Not that, given the laws of political correctness, anyone could ever admit that this would be a bad thing?

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