Sunday, January 09, 2005

UK Jailhouse Rocks

EVERYBODY in the whole cell block was dancing to the jailhouse rock when a trainee barrister and his nephew paid tribute to Elvis at a Greater Manchester court. Legal eagle Jonathon Hogg astounded judges and ushers at Oldham County Court when he swapped his sober jacket and tie for silver sunglasses and a sparkly jumpsuit. But he and "Little Elvis", his 11-year-old nephew Gareth Halliwell, are unlikely to end up behind bars after their impromptu concert yesterday. They were helping court officials to celebrate the anniversary of The King's birthday - for Elvis would have been 70 years old today.

Jonathon said: "I was quaking in my blue suede shoes before the concert began. But I needn't have worried about getting in trouble - I had a very good defence."

from Mancester Online


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm the owner of the Elvis Water Cup that has been in the news all over the world lately..
I am currently offering the famous Elvis Styrofoam Cup on eBay..for sale...
but only to one bidder..
former Beatle...Sir Paul McCartney...for $10.000.00
I am willing to donate the proceeds of the sale of the Elvis Cup to Paul McCartney and his wife Heather's favorite charity "No More Landmines" is eBay auction# 3871794839
the only stipulation is that I get to present Sir Paul McCartney the Elvis Cup in person.
I just returned from an appearance with the Elvis Cup in Boulder,Colorado that was a charity event/fundraiser for the University of Maryland's Center for Celiac Research...
I've been offered thousands of dollars for the cup..

8:36 PM  

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