DIARY: Greg ‘most desirable’ Watson? We think not

The single greatest thing about people who work in the advertising and media world is their willingness to make complete and utter wallies of themselves.

The single greatest thing about people who work in the advertising and

media world is their willingness to make complete and utter wallies of

themselves.



You will recall that at last week’s NABS rugby tournament, a certain

Greg Watson of News International was voted ‘most desirable player’.



We invited you to send us damaging photos of said Watson, and some of

you did, pointing out that Watson was one of those lovely blokes

swigging from a glass of beer last week.



However, we reckon the most damaging photo of all of Watson is the one

we print here of him winning his award last week.



We’re not sure what’s more worrying - his willingness to look a wally,

or the fact that we were sent this as a positive piece of PR by

Environment Marketing.



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