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007 PAIR SHAKEN.

A SPOOF James Bond ad being shot by teenage twins turned into a real-life drama when armed police mistook them for terrorists.

Officers swooped on Hugo and Ollie Inglis, 13, forced them to the ground at Taser-point and put the terrified pair in handcuffs.

The boys were arrested and put behind bars, with dad Robert, 58, and sister Martha, 20, who were helping shoot a mock car chase with an air-gun on a deserted industrial estate for a Blu-Tack advert competition.

A member of the public called police. Mum Deborah said: "It was heavy-handed. My husband nearly had a heart attack." The four, from Aberdeen, were released after five hours... and the 007 spoof ad came second.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 11, 2010
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