This Bailed-Out British Banker Had An Affair, But The Courts Won't Let Anyone Publish His Name

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A senior executive at a bailed out British bank had an affair with a colleague.

Unfortunately the courts won’t let The Sun publish his name, in a privacy ruling. Instead, Rupert Murdoch’s tabloid published a shadow silhouette and an article full of little clues.

First, we know he was a senior exec at bailed out bank, which could mean Lloyds or RBS.

Second, he earns a “substantial six figure sum.”

Third, the exec is still married to his wife.

Fourth, the woman involved in the affair has separated from her husband.

Fifth, the article features a picture of London’s Canary Wharf financial district. Could this be a clue?

A bank insider tells The Sun: “Given what was going on at the time they got together, I’m surprised either of them had the time or the energy.”

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