Shamy is a young Indian who has owed Arthur money for a while and eventually gets round to paying him. Unfortunately the £20 notes he gives Arthur are forgeries, a fact which comes to Arthur's attention when he is accused of trying to spend them in the Winchester Club. In the meantime Shamy is heading for the airport and a flight back to India. Written by
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Did You Know?
The character "The Syrup", who wears a variety of very unconvincing wigs, owes his nickname to Cockney rhyming slang: Syrup of Fig rhymes with Wig. See more