There is an indistinct button down the bottom of last week's super-cool Fearon Hay site. So I pressed it. Up comes the modest explanation 'Site by Fracture'. And then a big piece of brightly coloured torn paper with the word 'Fracture' in really nasty type plasters across the middle of the screen... and then the nightmare emerges. A cloaked and tattooed wrestler in green tights and a ghastly painted balaclava postures ferociously away behind ...
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