Campaign Diary: ScooterMan will save you and your licence

Beware. If you’re not being driven home by a Campaign staffer (see left), then you’re as likely to find yourself chauffeured by a former colleague.

Beware. If you’re not being driven home by a Campaign staffer (see

left), then you’re as likely to find yourself chauffeured by a former

colleague.



Robert Williamson, a former Mortimer Whittaker O’Sullivan suit who can

spot a piss-artist and business opportunity a mile off, is the founder

of ScooterMan. If you’ve overdone it, call 0171-727 5255 and he’ll nip

round on his folding scooter, stick it into your car boot and drive you

home - allowing you to disgrace yourself in your very own car.



Like the anonymous agency staffer who passed out on the back seat and

then, upon awakening, demanded to know who Williamson was and what the

hell he was doing in his car.



With an impressive client list that includes the likes of Cliff Richard

(he never touches a drop, surely?) advertising luminaries can expect to

be well looked after. Don’t worry, Ms Rainey, we’ve taken the liberty of

passing on your details.



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