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The former bodyguard also detailed how Issa took careful steps to avoid leaving his fingerprints behind in public.
Based on the 1992 Oscar nominated'lm, e Bodyguard opened to rave reviews at the Adelphi eatre in London's West End in December 2012.
As they leave, their bodyguard is ambushed, and they are caught by two unknown men.
The Bodyguard has been a West End smash, raking in millions of pounds each month in ticket sales, but was only contracted at the Adelphi Theatre until August.
He received a punch on his mouth for his effort, but the bodyguard claimed that the actor saved his life.
He said police officials were being appointed to serve the masses and using them as bodyguards was illegal, calling for the 180 policemen to be recalled to join their actual duty.
See you later: Trainee bodyguards are put through their paces.
He could no more have taken care of Princess Diana than her real-life bodyguards.
Chloe Ford tweeted: "The Royal Bodyguard is dire, David Jason is better than this.
Anyone who has seen the famous moment in which Del Boy falls through the bar in Only Fools And Horses will know that the actor is comfortable with slapstick, and The Royal Bodyguard - hailed as his big return to comedy - has it in droves.
The semi-auto Bodyguard is a double-action-only, concealed hammer, locked-breech design with features common to full-sized pistols.