A spokesman for MI6 who had to remain anonymous because, well they just are anonymous spoke to the press today in response to scurrilous accusations and speculation surrounding the death of the man who is an alleged spook, Gareth Williams.
Peter Wilson said "Accusations that Gareth Williams death was anything to do with cross dressering or a homework assignment are frivolous to say the least!" "All our employees are actively encouraged to practice the fine art of disguise and we have no doubts whatsoever that the array of dresses, panties and nylons in Mr Williams closet will have been part and parcel of his daily routine as a spy!"
He went on to add "Furthermore, there is absolutely no truth in the allegations that Gareth was practicing the ancient art of deception and observation by trying to secrete himself discretely into a holdall, we do not and have never considered planting people in airport lobby's and waiting rooms disguised as luggage, any suggestion that he was given this to practice as a homework assignment are preposterous." "Besides, why would he be practicing this in the bath, we make it very clear that the whole point of these exercises is to remain as inconspicous as possible!"
Police are continuing to sift through the closets and under the beds at Gareth Williams home, they have gone as far as to say that so far it looks like an open and shut case, or holdall as the case may be.