When Galahad Threepwood wrote his memoirs, he found that his old chums from the Pelican Club had provided a wealth of material to choose from. Included in the tales were stories of stealing a pig & planting it in someone's bedroom, knocking out a fellow with a side of beef, overindulging on lobster & getting sick on another chap's boots, nobbling a contender in a dogfight by feeding him steak and onions, and getting tossed out of a nightclub while using another fellow's name.
Note that none of the above are what is called "victimless" crimes. The remarkable thing about these particular five stories is that each of the perpetrators was also a victim in another of these five stories. In short, chap A did something to chap B, who in turn did something to another chap, and it all returned to chap A sooner or later.
The perpetrators (and victims!) were as follows: "Puffy" Benger, Sir George "Stinker" Pyke, Major Wilfred "Plug" Basham, Sir Gregory "Tubby" Parsloe-Parsloe, and Frederick "Barmy" Twistleton. These stories appeared on pages 106, 139, 251, 311, and 328 of the manuscript (in no particular order).
The trouble was cross-indexing the memoirs, so as to be able to find the scoop on any individual by name. From the following 8 clues, can you decipher who did what to whom, and on what page of the manuscript the story appeared?