Caption competition: Win a bottle of wine!

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Dan Martin
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No-one would forgive Sir Alan Sugar for wanting a swift half after having to deal with the antics of the wannabe business leaders in the latest series of BBC TV's The Apprentice. And as our latest caption competition image shows, Sir Al certainly knows how to pull a mean pint.

The winner of the caption competition is Gary Smith. Congratulations Gary; a bottle of Beaujolais Red (Chiroubles Cheysson 2003) or Alsace White (Klipfel Pinot Blanc) depending on your preference will be on its way to you.

His winning caption was:

Having seen the contestants on this year's The Apprentice, Sir Alan turns to drink.


Photo credit: Ray Tang/Rex Features

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By Anonymous
23rd May 2008 12:41
Jon, many thanks for your entry but the closing date for this one was yesterday I'm afraid. However, we've just unveiled a new caption competition here.

Dan Martin
Editor, BusinessZone.co.uk

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By Anonymous
23rd May 2008 11:40
'Did you sew those sequins on yourself?' - 'Yeah, then I took 'em off and sewed 'em on the jacket!'
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By Anonymous
10th May 2008 11:38
If I meet Barbara Windsor, I can ask her if she’s got a spare copy of “Carry on Camping,” because mine’s worn out
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By Anonymous
08th May 2008 13:30
Whilst pulling a pint and surrounded by women, the millionnaire Alan Sugar wondered where it had all gone wrong.
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By falconer99
02nd May 2008 11:14
Isn’t that an old Amstrad Joystick in his hand ? (you decide which hand!)
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By falconer99
02nd May 2008 16:10
Sir Alan's right hand man Nick, decides on a new look for the next series
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By falconer99
28th Apr 2008 19:11
Sir Alan Sugar poses with some ladies of the knight
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By falconer99
28th Apr 2008 19:10
So, Alan's not such a shrewd businessman as he likes to suggest. His bar is clearly well overstaffed.
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