Characters of Little Britain, Part 2

After yesterday’s feature on London cabby John Darrow, here’s another remarkable customer. Always upholding an impeccable sartorial standard, this Gentleman (with a well-deserved capital ‘G’) never turns up in anything less than full top and tails for his afternoon tea. His presence adds an unmistakable element of refinement to our dining room, and he puts a very broad smile on all the girls faces just by walking through the door. So, next time you’re thinking of coming by, perhaps take a leaf out of his book and don your finest glad rags!

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