A local man who went around town acting like he was somehow better than everyone else on his street has been uncovered as being a scummy bastard.
Paddy Wagon - who went by the pseudonym 'Sir Archibald Windslow Leech Forsythe III - left the impression that he came from upper class stock. Despite living in a run down estate in Norwich, Mr. Wagon spoke with an impeccably posh voice, dressed in top hat, coat and tails and carried a silver embossed walking cane wherever he went.
He would arrive at the local pub saying his private chauffeur had dropped him off, when in fact he had just taken the local bus from down the street.
Locals took to calling him 'Sir Archibald' and bowing whenever he entered the local supermarket with his shopping basket. Staff would even push aside other customers waiting in line so that Sir Archibald would get served first.
But when a local paper decided to feature an article about him and his life they discovered that he was not all he seemed.
"It was a complete surprise when I read in the local papers that he was just a normal bloke like one of us", said one local man today, "I knew there was something fishy about a gentleman of his apparent class living in a two bed roomed house with no central heating".