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At the end of last month I posted up a brief bit of commentary which mulled on the idea that the Olympics ticket regime might give rise to some irresponsible behaviour in terms of people over extending themselves so as to be able to get hold of Olympics tickets. It was therefore with some surprise that I clocked Mr Stephen Hunt on the BBC Breakfast news this morning. He also appeared on the Today programme talking about the same issue, namely, the volume of tickets he has subscribed for, some £36,000 worth. Whilst his profession was not noted on the BBC Breakfast programme it has been mentioned on the website write up and was mentioned on the Today programme. Indeed, it seems as if John Humphreys had read my post having in mind his first question! Perhaps Stephen will be the subject to test my hypothesis! At least he will be able to advise himself if the worst happens!
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