Snaps about security: Louis Vuitton, Bond Street, London

My esteemed colleague, top-notch designer and all round good egg, Emily Gee, took this picture on her way to work this morning. As you can probably tell, it’s a Louis Vuitton storefront – in London’s famous Bond Street, no less.

And keeping an eye on the snappily dressed mannequin and her fancy bag is a barrage of CCTV cameras. Does this suggest she’s famous? Or wanted? Or likely to partake in some anti-social behaviour? It’s hard to say.

Cameras keep an eye on this mannequin and bag. Fashionable!

If you’ve seen any interesting scenes of security equipment or practitioners in action, let us know, or send a suggestion through to info@info4security.com, and we’ll add them to our Snaps About Security section (along with a link to your site, naturally. We’re quite polite).

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