GREAT BRITAIN: Cecil & the Serpent

Last week from London came a variation on the old theme of man, woman and serpent.

During the war Cecil Lambert bigamously married a WAAF named Terry, had her portrait in full uniform tattooed on his forearm. At war's end a court sent him to jail to atone for the bigamy. Last week the first Mrs. Lambert marched her errant and reunited husband down to Tattooist Charlie Bell to remove the last evidence of his past. In Charlie's shop, Cecil sat patiently while Charlie and his wife discussed the problem of erasing the...

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