London, Sep 27 (IANS) As world leaders gathered at the UN to discuss pressing global issues, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was seen scribbling geometric doodles on her remarks page.
Clinton delivered a speech on the Middle East, but her piece of white paper was festooned with a star, a cluster of circles, and a collection of swirls down at the bottom, the Daily Mail reported.
She was also pictured with a strange face during an address on the AIDS crisis.
Clinton is not the only high-ranking politician to be seen doodling.
In 1981, then US president Ronald Reagan was seen furiously scribing on his notes.
Later, it was found that he had drawn many heads, an eye and a torso.
Then British prime minister Margaret Thatcher bagged the sheet of doodles sketched by the US president and it is among many papers that were released earlier this year.
The British daily said Thatcher sat next to Reagan at the Ottawa Summit, and noticed him doodling. She is thought to have picked up the US leader's sheet of drawings during a break in proceedings.