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You readers are a resourceful bunch. And so imagine our joy and surprise when Andrew Darling sent us one of his holiday snaps, featuring a lovely young blonde lady with a famous name.

Andrew was at Synergy on New Year's Eve - a huge rave in Cape Town, South Africa when he met the lady. The beauty of the pic though is her garb. While Madonna sporting a "Britney Spears" emblazoned top was funny, when Britney returned the favour we cringed. Then, when the medja whore wannabes did the same, we were thrown into a terrible rage and started throwing stones at old ladies.

However, we are deeply impressed by our blonde's "Claire Swires" T-shirt. In fact, nothing would have stopped us from talking to any young girl with a Claire Swires T-shirt. And Andrew, you'll be pleased to hear, didn't let the side down.

Bearing in mind this was a rave and New Year's Eve though, things get a little blurry from here. Andrew seems convinced that she is the real Claire Swire (don't worry, Andrew, I met Naomi Campbell once on a big night out :-) ) - she's not, cause the Claire of swallowing fame doesn't have an "s" at the end of her surname.

She may be called Claire but then who knows? She may even be called Claire Swires. Andrew, we suspect, is not without a sense of humour. He says that "Claire" explained the T-shirt was a "a bit tongue in cheek".

He continues: "I couldn't resist the temptation to probe her further so I asked her if she wanted to come back to my apartment later. She replied, somewhat ambiguously, 'Sorry, I'm off my head right now'."

You're a funny man Andrew. You can be Reg reader for the next decade (this decade's already be given to Ed Ross).

Here then is the pic:

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