Again, to the Daily Mail, which runs a story and a photo about one of Bob Geldof's kids, Pixie, being thrown out a nightclub:
So, the bouncers did the maths (what's with the Mail using the American "math", by the way?), but did anyone at the Mail?
A quick look at the Press Complaints Commission code on reporting about children shows that, while Pixie shouldn't have been in a nightclub, she shouldn't have been in the Mail, either:
Editors must not use the fame, notoriety or position of a parent or guardian as sole justification for publishing details of a child’s private life.
We'd be fascinated to know how 'Geldof's daughter in a nightclub' squared with the code.