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Lovely leaving present for disgraced Irish bankers

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The ITMugs Surf for Porn mugCash'n'Carrion We thought that the outsouced IT staff who last week found porn on the PC of Bank of Ireland supremo Michael Soden might like to have a whip-round and get him a nice leaving present.

Accordingly, we have expanded the magnificent ITMugs range to include an "I Know You Surf for Porn" variant on the already popular "I Know You Have Porn on Your PC".

Alternatively, the ITmugs receptaclarama also now includes a tell-it-like-is "RTFM". As the blurb says: "You know you want to scream it really... Bloody European regulations for dumb people stop us slapping them so why not try and kindly point out that they really should... READ THE F***ING MANUAL."

And if that strikes a chord, then there's always the companion RTFM t-shirt from TechnoDepot.

The mugs go out at £8.08 (£9.49 inc VAT), while the t-shirt is £12.76 (£14.99) inc VAT. Please note that the mugs are produced to order, so may be dispatched separately from other items. ®

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