Caption competition 21/08/09 | AccountingWEB

Caption competition 21/08/09

No, they haven't released a new Star Wars film set in Surrey - this is actually a photo of mega movie fan Luke Kay. The dad of four from Swindon has decided to sell his million pound collection of Hollywood memorabilia, as it was costing him a fortune in storage to keep it all.


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