Ah, lookie-likies. The comedy fallback position for many a hard-pressed ‘humorist’. Who can forget David Seaman and Mr Pringle Packaging? Or Emmanuel Petit and My Little Pony? Well now we can give you Royal College of Art rector and Design Council chairman Professor Sir Christopher Frayling and a French waiter (pictured). Thanks to our spies at Terminus, opposite Gare du Nord, Paris, and photographer Thierry Valancogne.
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