In a true Cinderella story computer tycoon Sir Clive Sinclair has managed to snag a divorced, single parent former lapdancer.
Sir Clive kickstarted the UK home computer revolution with the release of the ZX Spectrum almost 30 years ago, after that he tried to launch an electric car and had something to do with Symbian.
That's all by the by though, as this week Sinclair fulfilled every young computer programmer's fantasy and married an ex-lapdancer, the 33 year old Angie Bowness.
According to the Daily Mail the two first dated in 1996 when Bowness worked somewhere called Stringfellows - which we have never heard of. Apparently they dated for a while before she married someone else.
Having had a son and a divorce, Clive soon came back on the scene, we hope in a C5, and in 2003 asked for her hand, or is it lap, in marriage.
She turned him down then, but the man who knew that there was a home market for personal computers also knows that persistence paid off, and asked her again.
The whole affair has brought a tear to Sneak's eye. He's only used to getting restraining orders from strippers.
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