I saw yesterday that Watches of Switzerland in Regent Street was raided by moped riding ****holes for the third time, and it made me wonder what these shops could actually do to protect themselves. I mean a doorman is all well and good, but there's only so much resistance he can offer against a helmet wearing attacker with a knife. Clearly this is going to happen again and you have to wonder how long WOS insurance is going to be viable? Ideally I'd like to see the doormen given .44 Magnum's and freedom to dispense justice Clint Eastwood style, but in the good old liberal UK where the criminals' human rights are always the priority, couldn't they at least fit some kind of high pressure water system around the doors? Just enough to repel the attackers? Water at very high pressure is pretty painful, I mean you can cut steel with water if it's moving fast enough, so it shouldn't be difficult to find a pressure that would be enough to deter without causing injury (although if it did cause injury they aren't likely to be in a position to sue, are they?). Or failing that what about some kind of indelible dye they could spray on the criminals? Maybe some high speed lockdown shutters like they use in banks? Any other ideas, bearing in mind there may be innocent bystanders nearby?