DIARY: Cuff justice for CDP’s Chris Macleod as he loses yet another bag

Why has CDP’s chief executive, Chris Macleod (by all accounts a normally sober fellow) allowed himself to suffer the indignity of a none-too-convincing photocall involving being shackled by a pair of handcuffs to a large black bag?

Why has CDP’s chief executive, Chris Macleod (by all accounts a

normally sober fellow) allowed himself to suffer the indignity of a

none-too-convincing photocall involving being shackled by a pair of

handcuffs to a large black bag?



Because he lost a valuable art bag full of vital, top secret artwork for

CDP’s client Scottish Courage not once but three times. On the same

journey.



If a bag carrier can’t carry bags properly, what hope is there for the

future of advertising? Still, maybe you and your wife (Tara, another bag

carrier) can have some fun with the cuffs, Chris.



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