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Hong Kong Tatler - - Concierge -

Prima Doner

One so­ci­ety dar­ling caused quite the stir when she made a not-so-sub­tle dash into a ke­bab joint in Wan Chai in the mid­dle of the af­ter­noon. Two hefty bounc­ers were seen guard­ing the door while her lu­mi­nous yel­low sports car held up the traf­fic out­side. Noth­ing was get­ting be­tween this gal and her pita stop.

Shat­tered Dreams

The son of a famed landowner got his ca­reer at an in­ter­na­tional bank off to a crack­ing start when, on day one, he marched through what he thought was the door to the board­room. The door turned out to be a glass wall, which promptly fell to pieces, as did his es­teemed col­leagues laugh­ing. Next time he may just stick to get­ting his foot in the door.

bowled over

A so­cialite out with a bevy of fe­male com­pan­ions talked up his bowl­ing skills be­fore tak­ing his turn at the Hong Kong Club’s al­ley. But the brag­gart got his thumb stuck in the ball and landed face-down in a not-so-lucky strike that his lady friends—and a packed bar—ob­served with a pal­pa­ble fris­son of schaden­freude.

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