Surely the London Harrods didn't intend to hire a simple snake to stand guard over $120,000 ruby- sapphire- and diamond-encrusted designer sandals. Clearly, it was a miscommunication: We think they meant COBRA, not A cobra. Lasers and "a fearful cry" are much better deterrents than a teensy snake bite. [AP]
Harrods Hires Cobra, Not COBRA, to Protect Schmancy Shoes
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