I had a friend in the 80's who was a bit of a prankster, I'll call him Dave. When I knew Dave, he was at a loose end and had volunteered to be a rep for a holiday company; a job he didn't take very seriously. In those days the holiday season started in early April and Dave used this as an excuse to try out his practical jokes on his unsuspecting clients. On one transfer back from Dalaman airport, he got the driver to gradually reduce his speed, at which point Dave leant forward from the rep's seat, exchanged a few words with the worried looking driver, then grabbed the microphone and announced: " Ladies and gentlemen, I'm afraid we have a problem. The driver has informed me that we have a slow puncture on the right side of the bus and has asked if all the passengers on the right can lean to the left please." To his delight, they all did and they would have carried on for several more miles like this, had the driver not got a fit of the giggles and given the game away. His best idea has passed into travel rep mythology. The first airport in Dalaman resembled a large shed and the luggage collection area had two exit doors. Dave had prepared two large signs and he stuck one above each exit door. He then donned a white coat, held his clip board in one hand and a pair of dressmaking scissors in the other and waited on the other side of the doors. As clients retrieved their bags and walked towards the exit they were faced with this choice CIRCUMCISED or UNCIRCUMCISED.