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One from the archives to mark the passing of the cheque. In 1970, Punch humourist AP Herbert reenacted one of his fictional legal cases (more details from Snopes). He scrawled a cheque on the side of a Golden Guernsey, and took her to the bank to be cashed in.
Thanks to all who entered. The prize of a small amount of kudos to the following:
If Damien Hirst ran banks...
"I'm afraid you've gone pasture overdraft limit. We're friesian your account."
"Of course I'm a steakholder!"
"He told me he left his cheque book in his udder suit."
2. Nick Fowler
Bankers find a way to get around having their bonuses taxed.
"And I had a devil of a job trying to stuff one in your Night Safe yesterday evening..."