Of course not! He's Venerable Lord Hamish the Ambidexterous of Bumswick by the Hole. Which, if you ask me, is far better than Hector's title of Viscount Hector the Evanescent of Much Moulding upon Carpet.
I like it, but do you think it's possible to be honourable and villainous at the same time? I couldn't think of any examples, alhtough I did recall the saying "there is no honor among thieves." As a a general rule I believe that is true, but I'm not convinced there aren't exceptions.