DIARY: Dirty Doreen must go now that adman is no longer a bachelor boy

Who are these people? You know who we mean. They’re always described as ‘ad agency chief’ or ‘supremo’ and, of course, you’ve never heard of them. And then they go and call the good name of the industry into disrepute.

Who are these people? You know who we mean. They’re always described as

‘ad agency chief’ or ‘supremo’ and, of course, you’ve never heard of

them. And then they go and call the good name of the industry into

disrepute.



The latest is one Tony Clay, ‘ad agency manager’, who appeared in last

weekend’s Sunday magazine with the News of the World. The piece was

about the stories behind the classified ads.



Tony’s ad offered a ‘knitted, naked doll, art school project, saucy

rather than dirty, 3ft tall, unique gift, dressed in high-heels and

suspenders, all knitted’.



Tony, who used to drive around with her in the back of his car, claims

she had to go when he got married because ‘she’s a symbol of my

bachelorhood’. Ever the adman, though, he’s offering Dirty Doreen for

sale at the outrageous price of pounds 90. Who is this man?



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