O'Toole chooses dry cleaner's note for his tombstone epitaph!
Washington | January 15, 2007 2:08:57 PM IST
At 74, Irish actor Peter O'Toole has decided on the message he'ld like engraved on his tombstone. The legendary star wants the note from his dry cleaner that once made him chuckle written on his gravestone.
The Lawrence Of Arabia admits he once got a letter about his favourite battered, well-worn leather jacket by his dry claner, that said: " It distresses us to return work which is not perfect, "and has always thought it would make the perfect testimonial.
"Many years ago I had a beloved leather jacket... and I never wanted to throw it away. I sent it to the cleaners because it was covered in blood and Guinness and scotch and Corn Flakes, the usual," Contactmusic quoted the star, as saying.
"It went off to the Sycamore Cleaners and it came back with a thing pinned on it: 'It distresses us to return work which is not perfect' - so I want that on my tombstone," he added.
Meanwhile, the acting legend has revealed that even at the age of 74 he has not lost the characteristics of a hell-raising brawler, insisting that he occasionally gets the urge to take on a brute.
He also narrated a recent event when he challenged a towering track driver for a fight outside his niece's school, admitting that the encounter was "immensely stupid".(ANI)
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