News, but not the serious kind
Bring on the dancing bodyguards!
Blog Guy, I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of seeing photos of world leaders and their bodyguards. You can always spot them, and they just look menacing. Isn’t there a better way to protect important people?
Indeed there is. This man is Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, with the guards who travel with him.
Note how graceful they look, but make no mistake. They are a formidable fighting force, ready to take on anybody with martial arts and an array of…
Wait a minute, Blog Guy. No offense, but it looks like they weren’t even able to protect the mayor from a bad barber. Where did you get your information on this?
The usual place. I just looked at a photo and made it up.
Blog Guy, I’m pretty sure this is just a group of Indian dancers on a regular train with the mayor. But I bet commuters were surprised to see this scene when the doors opened.
Not half as surprised as the audience at Albert Hall, when the curtain went up and they saw the mayor’s real bodyguards trying to do Indian dances.
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson (2nd R), poses on a train with a group of Indian dancers at Dalston Junction station, in London April 27, 2010. Johnson opened London Overground’s new East London route on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jas Lehal
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili (L), surrounded by his guards, in a 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Irakli Gedenidze/Pool