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The power of The Pun

Leading party crasher David Pun shares details of his surprisingly impressive at an event in Central London

 

Last night in London, David Pun unsurprisingly managed to crash a party but what was especially interesting was the level of detail about his career that he was prepared to share with a reader of The Steeple Times.

 

The power of The Pun – Leading party crasher David Pun shares details of his exotic CV at an event in Central London
All power to The Pun – David Pun is a man not afraid to share details of his truly exotic CV

 

At the event, the man with a Twitter handle – @Wheresthepun?, captioned: “Any party, anywhere” – devoted to his antics proudly referenced being a “leading architect” whose credits have included Peninsula Hotels in Paris and Shanghai. He supposedly also claimed to be a consultant to his cousin, the owner of Harvey Nichols, and an international businessman as well.

 

When approached for comment, the organiser of the event remarked: “He was not invited” and added: “I told another of his number – The Julian Assange lookalike – to leave earlier as he was not invited either”.

 

They say that “where there’s a Pun, there’s a party” but now, one might also encounter a rather impressive CV.

 

 

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Comments

3 comments on “The power of The Pun”

  1. He always talks about The Peninsula Hotels but when I asked him if he’d invite me to parties there, he said he couldn’t yet as he is just too busy in London. Strangely I see him everywhere I go and always with a glass in his hand and when PRs are asked how he got in, they express surprise and fury. He is a truly strange fish.

  2. I am amazed Rod from Melbourne doesn’t have a view on Pun: after all, though living a tediously boring life in the outback he seems to have a view on London social life

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