Irish paper flouts gag over a love-cheat star who used court order to cover up infidelity
Farcical: The Irish newspaper revealed the identity of the celebrity, although newspapers in the UK are still banned from doing so Privacy laws took a farcical turn yesterday when a newspaper in Ireland claimed to unmask a famous married entertainer with an injunction hushing up his infidelity.
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#1 Jun 6, 2011
What Irish newspaper? The one without a name? Surely there isn't a gag on that too.
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