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There’s nothing Light & Coley joint managing director David Jones enjoys more in life than taking his three beautiful Hungarian dogs for a spin in his convertible.

There’s nothing Light & Coley joint managing director David Jones enjoys more in life than taking his three beautiful Hungarian dogs for a spin in his convertible. And, although he may drive fast to impress them, Jones never forgets to belt his hounds into their seats. In fact, Jones feels so strongly on the issue that he recently featured in a article on the subject in The Times. Jealous of his burgeoning profile, his colleagues duly used the photo accompanying the article as the basis for an alternative Irn-Bru ad.

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