A BRASS-necked Conor McGregor fan blagged
his way into the new champ's victory party in Las Vegas.
A kind stranger brought them their tickets to Turkey after hearing of their planned journey, before the pair blagged
the flight from Istanbul to Israel.
And while his Black Card is pending (a loyalty card for celebs only - sorry plebs), Liam blagged
a free meal for himself and his mates by promising to help cook up some chook when he's next there.
Anthony, from Consett, said: I have blagged
as many pantos as I can in the last three years, but it''s time I got a proper job.
While Snoop Dogg was paid pounds 3000 for one tweet last year and Lily Allen blagged
thousands in goodies, including a PlayStation Move, iPad and Rolex, lesser stars are the worst offenders.
Meanwhile the genial actor and comedian Miles Jupp is heading for the Unity on Thursday with his irresistible show about how he blagged
his way as a cricket writer on tour in India.
He claims to have once blagged
himself into a birthday party being thrown for Mel C's mother, and found all the Spice Girls there.
TUFFERS has played a blinder for you lot - he's only blagged
four pairs of VIP tickets to next week's Cricket In The Park as a competition prize.
my way into the studio where all the backstage snaps were taken at Murrayfield - and ended up in one.
Martin Tyler and Alan Parry, Sky's top commentators, have their summer break wrecked, but the usual panalists have blagged
a breather, leaving the likes of Bobby Gould (right), Craig Brown and Mick McCarthy to amaze us with their conspicuous lack of South American footy knowledge.
my way into college and into university, into a building surveyors.
So far I've blagged
it with a mumbled excuse ("oh that sound means he's run out"), but he won't be fooled forever.