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The Wooster-ish Sebastian Marsh And Spanking Jenni Palmer

by | 3rd, April 2011

SEBASTIAN Marsh is the Wooster-ish character who has, according to the Daily Mail, been “sacked” for his email exchanges with Harry Fildes on the matter of innocent Jenni Palmer.

The Mail says the emails were “chauvinistic”. It says Sebastian Marsh, 24, has been “sacked” by Miller Insurance.

The emails exchanged between graduates of “£27,300-a-year” Shrewsbury School – and inadvertently copied in to Miss Palmer – can be read here.

Mr Fildes, a property surveyor who has also been suspended.

The Mail takes care to add:

Miss Palmer’s plight became worse when a picture of her showing her underpants and being spanked by another blonde was posted on the internet. A second image shows her cheek to cheek with a girl whose tongue is poking out lasciviously. And a third has her wearing a backless top and staring provocatively at the camera.

All the pictures can be seen hereunder.

But the real star of the emails is Marsh. He’s portrayed as something of a let down to his class. But he comes across as likable, a little fey and offering reassurance that in an age of sweary slappers and loose lads, the language of pre-war slang pervades. He’s a bally good bloke. He’d says “What-ho!” – but the modern gel may take offence.

This is his choicest cut:

Oh she sounds brilliant … just the sort of thing I am looking for in the summer months. My defences are up and I am up for the challenge … Have you got an email address!? I won’t tell her you gave it to me!!’

Anyhow, about his being sacked, as the Mail reports:

Mr Marsh has been suspended from Miller Insurance, with a spokesman confirming that: ‘Mr Marsh is off work while we investigate the situation. I have seen the email exchange that originates from Miller from him in his personal capacity.

So. He’s not been sacked. Such are the facts…


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