STATEMENT FROM THE DESK OF DR ERASMUS STRANGELOVE,
CEO AND SENIOR PARTNER
It is with deep regret, see above, that I announce the death of Matt Muttley. I have known Matt for many years Together, we built profits, capital reserves and tax efficient schemes only dreamed of in some law firms. Matt Muttley, inspired by a report in Wikipedia some years ago
The building made headlines around the world in 1993 when Garry Hoy, a 39-year-old lawyer, fell 24 floors to his death while demonstrating the strength of the windows to a group of visiting law students by charging into the glass.
had developed this as a ‘party trick’ when advising visiting bankers. Yesterday, unfortunately, it was a charge too far – as one banker described it, sardonically – and Matt Muttley crashed through the plate glass, falling ten floors onto the spiked railings below.
We will be making a further announcement. Matt Muttley left no family but he did express in his will that there be a memorial service. No flowers. Cash, Paypal, Visa or Amex donations will be accepted by The Partners’ Benevolent Fund. If you would like to sponsor a Partner to attend the service (Three hours, including disbursements and travel time) the fee will be £4500 + VAT)
Note for Editors
1. Dr Strangelove is pronounced Dr Strangle Ove
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