Lady Bracknell is concerned for a stranger
Very occasionally, when photographing the items they wish to sell, persons fail to notice that said items have reflective surfaces. Although she has not retained the requisite photographic evidence, Lady Bracknell's sleep is still sometimes disturbed by her memories of the naked man who was reflected in his stainless steel kettle. Was this simple carelessness on his part, or was it something more sinister? Could it have been a deliberate ploy to reach a wider audience than he could realistically have expected to attain by merely exposing himself in his local park? Did he, perhaps, not own a mac?
Whilst the person in the picture on the left is, to Lady Bracknell's considerable relief, fully clothed, readers cannot help but have noticed that the poor soul is sadly afflicted with disproportionately large hands.
Assuming from the nature of the product on offer that the photographer is female, must the unfortunate woman not experience very considerable difficulties in purchasing gloves with which to complement her amusing two-piece suits?