Ladies, if you’ve got a big fat bum, forget it.
Dinshah Vimadalal, 69, made millions in the travel business. Since his wife died three years ago in a car accident he’s been looking far a new partner to live it up with him in his palatial Mexican pad.
Age 40 max, slim and not a vegetarian. He’ll entertain candidates even if they are unattractive facially. ‘‘I like a slim figure and the girls who have been very nice had big fat bottoms. I don’t like that,’’ says the picky Dinshah.
I’ve passed his name to your local Edinburgh JobCentre. Bound to be some lady who will meet his requirements and stipulations.
Enough to bring a tear to an old soldier’s eye. The Ist Battalion the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) were formed in 1689 and disbanded in 1968 in the defence cuts.
A former Cameronian, the redoubtable Edinburgh-based Major Brian Leishman served 12 of his 21 years in the army with the battalion. He’s been talking about a commemoration on May 24, nearest to the memorable May 21, and he has details at www.cameronians.org. Porty in a storm
The new £500 benefits cap could create ‘‘ghettos’’ of benefits communities in depressed areas in coastal resorts, warns a Tory minister. They’d migrate from the inner cities. Portobello a ghetto? Never. Surely not.
Afterwords . . .
. . . You need a grasp of the Glasgow patois for this. What did John Wayne call his kids? The weans.