Below the belt: It's hot under the white collar

If you want to know why everyone at a certain Hammersmith-based agency is so keen to work late all of a sudden, here's why.

Blessed with a riverside location and surrounded by beautifully landscaped grassy knolls, WWAV Rapp Collins has been on the receiving end of some generously given free entertainment this summer, courtesy of the locals.

With England knocked out of Euro 2004, and Tim Henman taking another quarter-final exit from Wimbledon, rumour has it WWAV staff have been staying late to watch a whole different kind of ball game.

It appears that lusty locals are using the grassy knolls to score in an altogether more intimate game, although just as enthusiastically by all accounts. What with floor-to-ceiling office windows they can't see into, they're assuming that no one can see out of them either and are giving in to their wanton desires for outdoor pursuits.

Bluer than the bluest blue movie, the action has got the agency's workers abandoning desks in their droves for a bit of light relief. What a result!


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