Friday, January 15, 2010

What goes around, doesn't come around


When I was a child I bought a Frisbee. I remember playing with it on family holidays in Wales and Cornwall. In fact, I've still got it somewhere, I think.

An heiress to the Frisbee toy fortune was in the Court of Appeal yesterday, appealing against the decision that she should pay her husband £5 million to cover losses he suffered in the property crash. Lords Justices Thorpe, Wall and Rimer reserved their judgments to a later date. Meanwhile, it is estimated that both parties have spent in excess of £1 million in legal costs to date.

I never thought that my pocket money would end up lining the pockets of fat cat lawyers...

[Image: The Joint Holder Frisbee - definitely nothing like mine!]

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