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gear. (It's a blatant attempt to get you to buy some merchandise we're afraid, but hey, you don't have to be pictured and be the envy of all your mates). Here are some of the more interesting pics we've received.




Going for gold in the 'most improbable name for a PR bunny' event is exotic Tiggy Tonks. Tiggy was captured sporting Reg polo shirt and cap by our very own Paparazzi O'Leery. He later sighed: 'I'd like to say that she's a racy little Spanish spitfire with more dangerous curves than the road to Acapulco. I can't though, because she's English.' Quite so.



A lovely snap of Charlotte Moores (5) posing with dad Simon's Reg logo plane. Apparently they were off to drop water bombs on the Microsoft campus. Good effort.




Ben Hyland sent in a couple of offerings demonstrating the awesome power of image manipulation software. Good work on Sun's Scott McNealy, but Ben's clearly unaware that using our own marketing photo is a flagrant breach of copyright.

Since the lad's at Liverpool Community College, such offences would be bread-and-butter to him. As would ram-raiding, joyriding and pick-pocketing for that matter. ®

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