Well I visited London last weekend with my Wife Vicki & my friend Jonathon. The main purpose of the trip was to visit the London Arena for WWE Raw Live. We where really excited about the event as we where sat on the 4th row from the ring, and would surely be on the TV. We watched the warm up show Heat, which got us in the mood for the main show. As we where sat on the end of the row I kept standing up to take photos, which seemed to be the norm, judging by the 1000 or so flashes popping every second. I got a fair few pictures during Heat which was reassuring. Jon went off to get some fresh pints of beer, and I stayed to continue taking photos. The main show starts, and Triple H, Edge & lita and John Cena came down and had their chit chat, Meanwhile i’m taking photos of these superstars and loving every minute. Out of the blue I was grabbed by both shoulders and under the armpits and dragged to the outside of the arena. I was told that I was going to be ejected because my camera was “too professional” for the promoters and was “against the conditions of entry”. I had a field day with these chumps, asking them to identify to me where on the ticket it was stated that Cameras of a professional standard where not allowed. I also told them that the ticket states only videocameras and laser pointers where prohibited. After a short session of pondering by the three members of security I was allowed to re enter the venue. We enjoyed the rest of the show, however this did put a small downer on the event. Why did they feel the need to drag me off like a terror suspect when I was simply taking photographs. Furthermore, a simple whisper in my ear would have sufficed if they wanted to speak with me, the “we are security and we rule this place” tactics employed by the guards go to show that event staff really are jobsworths. Between telling me to put my camera away, and shouting at kids the size of a pencil for standing up, I have had it with these chaps. The orange coats they are clad in are a necessity for out own safety as patrons.