Tuesday, 23 April 2013

he really should have worn a vest

A literary lunch to celebrate the life and work of veteran love poet
Dudley Cardigan ends in uproar when - during a reading of his erotic
verse cycle 'Fiddlers Elbow' - excited admirers attempt to remove 
his shirt and shoes to take home as souvenirs.  This was the first time 
Dudley had been seen in public since the notorious incident during 
one of his public readings when a woman in the audience threw her
knickers at the stage, surprising the elderly poet who lost his balance
and tumbled into the orchestra pit.

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