Of course, we prefer to experience these thrills from the safety of our lounge, but Ernst & Young partner Michael Lynch-Bell is a much bolder individual. Lynch-Bell, you see, has been working in Kazakhstan, but instead of running for cover from Mig 25s and nuclear submarines as TS might imagine, he has encountered dangers of a different kind.
Looking slightly bleary-eyed, Lynch-Bell admitted that he had been forced to endure a ‘vodka incident’ by his over enthusiastic hosts while in the country, which TS understands cost him six hours of one working day.
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