GOOD grief. We've really boobed on this one. Cabaret artist (her description not ours) Carmen Leslie - the blonde bombshell who last weekend attained her Andy Warhol-prescribed 15 minutes of fame at the Rugby Sevens when she streaked across the playing field - called us to protest vehemently over the SCMP's reference to her in yesterday's edition as being 32 years old. ''By giving my age as 32 when I am only 25, you guys have almost destroyed my career,'' protested Carmen, who hails from South Africa. ''In my business you are dead at 30. And if my dance agent were to read that I was 32 he would terminate my contract immediately.'' We tried to pacify Carmen by suggesting she tell her agent that we got her age mixed up with one of her vital statistics, but it was no use. ''You people don't realise how competitive the cabaret business is,'' she ranted on. ''Some of the other girls who are after my job might send the newspaper cutting to my agent to try and destroy me.'' Carmen, who was let off by the police with just a slap on the wrist after her blatant act of self-publicity, oops sorry, we mean her slight indiscretion, was so keen to put the record straight that she was even willing to don her Sunday best and come to our office to be photographed for Keeping Posted. But we declined the offer, preferring instead to run a picture of her as she appeared on the pitch last Saturday. Besides, readers might not have been able to recognise her with her clothes on.