At last, the truth can be told. QBO managing director Trevor 'good-
looking' Morris has exposed himself in the national press for the fraud
that he is.
Only eight weeks ago on this very page, he vigorously denied that he
harboured an urge to become a male model. But barely had the ink dried
on his denials when, in the Financial Times on 27 July, Morris
shamelessly posed for a 'business' fashion spread, written by the
suspiciously named Belinda Morris.
Back in June, Morris appeared in a press release shot used by Media
Week. He weakly refuted the charge of being a poser by claiming it was
taken five years ago, he was young and foolish, he thought it would be
artistic - the usual litany of excuses from a closet exhibitionist (Eh?
But the Financial Times photographs tell the true story. His boyish but
knowing expression, the casual yet formal hands in pocket stance - these
are the hallmarks of a true show off.
I managed to contact Morris at his holiday retreat to confront him with
the evidence. He came up with some pathetic excuse about 'doing a
favour' for Ms Morris, who is married to a designer used by QBO. 'We're
not related, honest,' he pleaded.
Unashamed at his own duplicity, Morris still denies he has a hankering
for the catwalk - but he does have one regret about the shoot.
'Unfortunately I didn't get to keep the clothes,' he mused. 'Shame
really - it was a nice pounds 600 Italian suit. So it's back to Oxfam
As if, Trevor, as if.