Jack Tweed mistaken in Mittel charity give-away

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Friday, 20 March 2009


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Mr Tweed borrows a car to go to the event

Jack Tweed has been involved in a philanthropic mix-up with metal multi-millionaires the Mittal family.

Easter is the time of year when the Mittal metal family traditionally donates funds to a just cause connected with the industry.

This year's theme was based on "Iron and Steel". The researcher at Mittals went looking for an "iron"-willed man with nerves of "steel", and the internet search engine they used threw up - metaphorically of course - Jack Tweed.

With what Jade Goody and her children have gone through during the past few months, the Mittal Foundation International - sometimes known as MFI - felt that he would be the perfect choice for the award.

However, it all went belly-up at the award ceremony, held recently in a venue somewhere near the city centre of a city somewhere.

When it was announced that Jack Tweed had been awarded the honour as a man of Iron and Steel, his acceptance speech, sometimes using words of more than one syllable, proved to be an embarrassment.

It appears that, yes, Mr Tweed is a man of Iron and Steel, but it seems that it was only in the evenings prior to Jade Goody's unfortunate illness.

He thought it referred back to the days when Jade was ironing, he went out stealing.

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