An angry holidaymaker has changed her name by deed poll because of a dispute with the travel agent Thomas Cook.
Austin Kettle from Ipswich changed her name to 'Mrs Lorraine Darla I Hate Thomas Cook And Its Associates Big Shot Company Treading On The Little Guy Leeks' after a row with the company.
The 26-year-old bride-to-be took the drastic action after being told that she would have to pay a fee to change her surname on the booking for her honeymoon.
Austin had made the booking under her future married name - Mrs Leeks - and was later told it would have to be changed because it did not match the maiden name on her passport.
When Thomas Cook told her she would have to pay a fee to make the amendment, she decided to change her name in protest.
Speaking about the name change, she said: "At first I was a bit upset but it was just a bit of a crazy moment and I decided to do it. I think my fiance thinks I'm crazy. The amusing thing is my fiance will have to say my new name during the wedding ceremony."
A spokesperson for Thomas Cook said: "All customers are advised that the name on their booking must match the name on their passport."