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Friday Quickies: Sting's Wife Gets Naughty, Eco-Limo Gets More Stars, and Bono Humor

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Today’s quickies are easily digestible goodies. Let’s dive right into the appetizers and see what we’ve got for ya:


According to Lime, Sting’s wife Trudie Styler has been caught by the eco-police jetting around the English countryside in a helicopter. Normally, this would be considered standard transportation for a celebrity, but Trudie is a devoted out-spoken environmentalist with a home conveniently located near mass transit. Apparently, her destination was only 80 miles away — an organic farm at that — and only two hours direct by train. Alas, we can’t be clean green all the time, can we Trudie? More…


We caught a little tid-bit of information that Eco-Limo — the growing business out of LA that offers limousine service with hybrids and alternative-fuel rides — is growing their list of high-profile celebrity clients. Apparently, not only was the company involved in dropping Forrest Whitaker off at the Oscars; but they also shuttled Leonardo DiCaprio around to various parties afterwards. Awesome.


Finally, The Onion ran a very humorous piece yesterday titled “Bono Outbids Everyone At Charity Auction For Bono-Autographed Guitar”. If you’re looking for a good laugh to end the week with, hit the jump.

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