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No. I think what I did at the time -- you take the story and then you kind of do the best with it at your end. So as far as I remember, he phoned the person in question that it was about, who was aware of it, and actually the piece that I wrote, I would say, was quite Mills & Boon in style. So it wasn't a sort of sinister, horrible, salacious piece. It was -- I'd say it was more sort of humorous. But yes, the headline was preordained, yes.

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