Boris Johnson's team have published Tim Parker's home address and mobile phone number on the London Assembly website.
The details are included within his curriculum vitae, which has been published in advance of his confirmation hearing for the post of Chairman of Transport for London.
Tim Parker's appointment was a highly controversial one as the ex-private equity chief and notorious asset stripper is still held in great contempt by some of those who have dealt with him.
His record for slashing hundreds of jobs and pocketing millions for himself in the process, earned him the title of 'the Prince of Darkness' amongst unions, and that cold relationship shows little sign of thawing now.
The release of his private details on the Mayor's public website is therefore an incredibly stupid thing for the Mayor's team to do. Let's hope for Mr. Parker's sake that they take it down soon.
UPDATE: Tim Parker's private details have now been quietly Tipp-exed from the GLA website. Some helpful soul must have pointed out that Tim might not be too pleased about having his private info broadcast across the globe. I wonder if anyone has told him about it yet. Maybe I should give him a call...