It's time to get this into the open - no pun intended. Why is that only when wearing light coloured trousers I manage to leak after visiting the loo and re-assembly? This never happens in dark trousers. No. Only in light trousers and where there is an audience. Last week, there I was resplendent in a new Prince of Wales three piece suit. Pop to the loo before starting my presentation to a fairly large group. Disaster!! Now I have tried a variety of tests in a vain attempt to stop this. Thinking it may be related to not relaxing and opening all the valves fully before the final shake. I have taken extra care to ensure that I am fully empty. This includes doing a strange solo version of Riverdance at the urinal, some vigorous shaking that could get me arrested, then careful return of my member to its resting place. As son as my zip is up whoosh!! A full willy load load of wee deposits itself into my trousers. It's so unfair, and humiliating. Walking into a room stooped over so that your jacket covers up the offending patch or holding some papers over your crotch in an effort to hide the shame. Climbing onto the hand dryer is not a spectator sport and will result in pulling the dryer off the wall. I just don't get it. It is always in light clothes? My golfing buddies are testament to the fact it is not only me that is afflicted. But on the golf course - who cares. It's a bloke thing and we can all laugh. In the pub or a business meeting it's a personal disaster. FYI: I do not dress like Don Johnston in Miami Vice. We are talking normal bloke attire here. Should I be looking to pack a bog roll down my undies or am I destined to a life of black suits.