Here is Iain Gray's cribsheet reproduced in all its glory. Of course it's not uncommon for party leaders to have questions prepared for them by aides, but generally they'd hope said aides wouldn't leave this kind of stuff lying around in a local coffee shop.
Click here to see what Gray actually said in the chamber. Compare and contrast.
Perhaps if Sarah Metcalfe spent more time looking after her possessions and less time writing pleas to the Allowances Commission to scrounge more public money to pay for directors of research and strategy for Opposition leaders – something that never seemed to trouble Labour when they were in power – this kind of thing wouldn't happen.
Of course, this isn't the first time Holyrood has got a good story involving the Metcalfe Labour Power Rangers from documents and the like carelessly left in local cafes and hostelries.