By Rob Beschizza at 7:25 am Tue, Nov 13, 2012
Interesting headline, but when you read the article
“The stolen keys did not provide access to the Tower itself, Historic Royal Palaces said in a statement, but admitted a lapse in security.”
He stole the key to the drawbridges. What more do you want?
I had an uncle who, while touring the Tower, said to one of the security guards, “Don’t mind me. I’m just here to see the Queen.”
According to my grandmother the guards trailed him the rest of the tour because they thought he was suspicious. My belief is they trailed him because they thought, “This Yank’s hilarious. I wonder what he’ll say next.”
It’s not really relevant to the story, but it does involve the Tower of London and security, so I hope you’ll excuse my taking this as an opportunity to share it.
The guards are just decoration. It’s the ravens who really protect that tower…
If the ravens are lost or leave the Crown falls and England is invaded.
Wanted for questioning:
I was waiting to see how long it would take for someone to make a Sherlock reference! *thumbs up*
The keys were Kate’s chastity belt (or hand cuffs and kinky get up) keys and the runner was William.
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