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Ferry son ban let-off.

THE son of rock star Bryan Ferry yesterday escaped a drink-driving ban - after telling magistrates a pal had slipped him treble treble, highest part in choral music, thus corresponding in pitch to soprano, but associated with the voice of a boy or a girl. The term appeared in 15th-century English polyphony, probably as an anglicization of the Latin triplum,  vodkas.

Otis Ferry Otis Ferry, born 1 November 1982 is the son of singer Bryan Ferry and model Lucy Ferry. He is currently joint master of the south Shropshire hunt, England. He is well known for being a pro-fox hunting activist. , 24, drank at least seven vodkas at a club before starting to drive pals home.

Police pulled him over in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, and breathalysed him, which revealed an alcohol reading of 55. The legal limit is 35.

Ferry, of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, changed his plea to guilty half way through his trial.

At Gloucester Magistrates' Court, he was fined Ferry pounds 500 fine plus pounds 364 costs.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 20, 2007
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