p other f " Simon went viral this year when he managed to blag
himself to the ringside for the much anticipated fight between Colin McGregor and Floyd Mayweather.
Some of them have managed to blag
their way into boxes by going via sponsors and brands, but none of them have been given 'plus ones' so now, their other halves are desperate to get in.
and ABCLG both said they will consider submitting a second proposal to make their libraries community run.
The father-of-two will also try to blag
as many items along the way to auction off raising money for Cancer Research Wales in memory of his mother Ann, who died last year from cancer.
The vendor added: ''There were two lads doing the One Mag Blag
last Saturday and they didn't have badges, so I went up and confronted them.
Coun David Bell promoting the new Blag
A Tagger Campaign with adverts on taxis.
A Tagger scheme, being run by Solihull Council, West Midlands Police and British Transport Police, aims to discourage young people from getting involved in graffiti and to catch offenders.
A MIDLAND con artist invented a fictitious football team to blag
pounds 7,000 of free food and accommodation from the Navy.
The Gateshead lass somehow managed to blag
pounds 1m worth of diamonds to wear in her brunette locks, and to match her pounds 50k dress.
Buy any products in the range (Helena Christiansen is a big fan) and you'll also blag
not only a swish cosmetics bag but sample sizes of the bath gel and body lotion, too.
C'mon Kev, just blag
your way through the interviews and get our boys motivated.
After Mark was previously accused of trying to blag
freebies for their nuptials, the magazine piece includes mentions for the marquee company, a limo firm, a Chigwell restaurant that supplied the food - and even the "Native American tipis" set up on the lawns.