Studying the list of potential police commissioners, there's one name that caught my eye: Michael Mates.
The former Conservative MP is down to the final two Tories standing to be Hampshire and the Isle of Wight's £80,000-a-year police commissioner.
If you think the name's familiar, he's the man who resigned after giving businessman Asil Nadir a watch inscribed with the phrase: "Don't let the b*****s get you down".
The former Northern Ireland minister also had an altercation with ex-Speaker Betty Boothroyd when he tried to resign from John Major's government over his friendship with Nadir. She tried to silence him, but Mates carried on with his speech regardless.
Now, at the age of 78, he is standing against Donna Jones, a local councillor and deputy Conservative group leader in Portsmouth.
It comes down to a choice between Mates and Jones - with the Conservatives remaining the favourites to win the police commissioner elections locally.
A political comeback at the age of 78? We'll see.