Her friends persuaded her to put an advert in the local paper looking for a date.Coloured pink and placed in the 'Personal' section of the Classified adverts in the Dorset Echo, it read: "Susan desperately seeking..!The article contained a photograph of Mr Bush and the messages paying tribute to him which had been published on an open Facebook profile, which could be viewed by members of the public.This material was in the public domain, and including them in the article did not represent a breach of Clause 3."Classy female seeks a gentleman to join her and her friends at Royal Ascot for Ladies Day."General Admission, Stretch Limo and Champagne Lunch all taken care of!"You must be a single man, over 40, have a sense of humour and look good in a top hat and tails and be able to drink your body weight in champagne! Tracey Hodder complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation that the Dorset Echo had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) Clause 4 (Harassment) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into Grief or Shock) of the Editors’ Code of Practice in an article headlined “Stag Party Tragedy”, published on 2 September 2014. The article reported that the complainant’s fiancé, Paul Bush, had died whilst on a friend’s stag weekend in Budapest.
ii) They must not persist in questioning, telephoning, pursuing or photographing individuals once asked to desist; nor remain on their property when asked to leave and must not follow them.A friend of the complainant spoke to the newspaper later that evening on her behalf.The newspaper read the story back, and made several of the suggested corrections. The newspaper said that it was made aware of Mr Bush’s death by a post on Facebook by a mutual friend of both a journalist and the deceased."After a disastrous first date with one man she turned to second favourite Rod, who runs his own publishing company, for a drink and the pair hit it off straight away.Susan, a marketing and sales manager from Weymouth, said: "Rod is absolutely perfect and we never would have met in a million years if it wasn't for the ad."It was pretty much an immediate connection.