Harry Bensley


According to the original tale, one evening in 1907 at the National Sporting Club in London, J.P. Morgan and Lonsdale were arguing whether a man could walk around the world without being identified. Bensley, a notorious “playboy” and womaniser with a substantial private income, overheard the conversation and offered to test the proposition on their behalf.


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