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DOUBLE 007.

Very clever, Mr Bond - planting a decoy while you pose as an innocent shopper.

Former 007 star Roger Moore came across the white Rolls as he emerged from a West End store.

But no, he hasn't splashed out on it, despite its highly appropriate number plate - said to be worth pounds 250,000 alone.

And it isn't a prop from a new Bond film to lure him back to the role he gave up in 1985.

But the memories it brought back did leave Roger feeling a little bit shaken and stirred.

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Mar 5, 1997
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