When is a spade not a spade? When it's a broom, apparently...

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I'm not entirely sure what the Evening Standard's trying to prove here, but this story about a Brighton builder hiring a bodyguard to protect him from dive-bombing seagulls seems to be trying to convince us that the spade in the hands of the bodyguard is, in fact, a broom:

Builder guarded by bodyguard while Seagull hovers overhead

How random...


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