CAMPAIGN DIARY: Couple have a gay old time at Rubberstuffers

’All publicity is good publicity’ is obviously a key phrase at Rubberstuffers - the charity that had everyone up in arms the other month with its ’gay sex’ TV ad.

’All publicity is good publicity’ is obviously a key phrase at

Rubberstuffers - the charity that had everyone up in arms the other

month with its ’gay sex’ TV ad.



It recently threw a party in London’s West End to say thank you to its

agency, Mitchell Patterson Grime Mitchell, and everyone involved in its

PR.



There was plenty of drinking and dancing, and two of the stars of the

commercial, Alistair Barton and Nancy Sorell, turned up to make sure the

night went well. Barton, who plays the young half of the homosexual

couple in the ad, proceeded to confuse everyone by flirting outrageously

with Sorell.



Far be it for us to gossip, but perhaps he’d taken her appearances in

the Sun’s ’Dear Deirdre Photo Casebook’ - her previous starring role -

too literally.



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