Or is that high flyer beware? From the Sunday Age gossip section:
It seemed a good idea at the time. It was a Melbourne Grammar fund raising dinner, the prize was a week in the Hamptons (the millionaire retreat in New York state) and bidding was brisk. So estate agent Robert Vickers-Willis bid up big for his table, starting at $10,000 and rising up to $20,000. But winners were not grinners when they found out the deal did not include airfares. Caveat emptor, indeed. (They're going anyway. It's only money.)
Imagine blowing twenty grand on a holiday. Where's their public spirit? Getting stung for extra serves them right, the bunch of flash spendoids. Clearly, the right thing to do would be to give the money to Tafe college teachers.
Only the most vile swine would go to Melbourne Grammar.