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MK Shrimper

Well-known member
Aug 6, 2005
Ok, I suppose I best start saying that if you know who the slebs are who've taken out the injunction it's best (at the moment) not to reveal any names.

So, I'm talking about "PJS" and "YMA" who have taken out an injunction to stop the press revealing their shenanigans - I couldn't care less where people (famous or otherwise) put their frankfurters as long as everyone is agreeing to the hot dog - but the whole palava of it being only banned in England & Wales in an absolute nonsense.

If you have a vague interest in who the couple are, simply google their names. Or PM me..then shrug your shoulders and go "meh" - unless you live in the 1950s and are horrified that people copulate with people that they aren't married to.


Lady Shrimper
Jan 22, 2007
But the irony is that before all the coverage of the injunction, if we had heard who it was, we would all have said "meh" but now everyone wants to know and that is keeping it in the headlines for weeks.
It's all over twitter as well so not allowing the English press to write about it is ridiculous :thumbdown:


Life President
Oct 7, 2008
More ridiculous is that the injuction is only covered by law in England and Wales, so the Scottish newspapers have already published their names & photo's on the front page on Sunday along with details of the case.