Danville Walker knows how to make a headline. The Commissioner of Customs gave businessmen some food for thought this week when he spoke at the PSOJ’s Job Creation Awards Ceremony. He made it clear that his major mandate is to root out corruption in customs. Forsaking all diplomatic language, he told his audience of mostly CEOs: If you have been involved in things you shouldn’t be involved with, stop! He promised those who don't heed the warning: I am going to catch you and I am going to embarrass you. We will throw the book at you. No one doubts his sincerity. He has already proven himself to be a tireless public servant and showed quickly in his first month on the job that customs will no longer be a centre of corruption. How he arrived at this ethical and moral juncture having started as a baker when he returned from his studies abroad may be the subject of someone’s UWI thesis.