Harrods are now stocking a high security fashion range that includes bullet proof dinner suits, polo shirts and denim jackets. The clothes are priced according to protection value, the most expensive can stop automatic rifle fire, and the cheapest may stop one of those plastic sporks that come free in ice-cream tubs.
Miguel Caballero, the self-styled ‘Armani of bulletproof clothing’, designed the combat couture. Apparently, he is now so confident in his work that he shoots his employees.
“The clothes are so beautiful that all our employees wear them. Look, I will shoot one now so you can see!”
“Now why isn’t he getting up?”
“I don’t think he’s one of our employees, Mr. Caballero.”
“I should’ve guessed, I wouldn’t be seen dead in what he’s wearing.”