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WATCH: Queen's Guard Turns Gun on Tourist That Touches Him

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 26, 2015

WATCH: Queen's Guard Turns Gun on Tourist That Touches Him

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Tourists remain some of the worst aspects of tourism, as evidenced by this traveler who couldn’t help but irritate a Queen’s Guard soldier.

The Independent’s Kiran Moodley spotted the following video that was uploaded to YouTube by user hngjms on June 22.

As of this writing it has already amassed nearly 240,000 views. And once you see what this brief video has to offer in entertainment you will see why.

Now we have to lead by saying that you should never touch a Queen’s Guard on patrol. But please don’t take my word, beacuase this 20-second clip of a tourist getting owned sums things up nicely:

Well, that escalated quickly.

Moodley helps us track down where this all occurred: “The video, which reportedly was filmed at Windsor Castle, shows a tourist mimicking the march of a member of the Queen's Guard.”

Previously we regaled you with the moment a tourist meandering in front of a Queen’s Guard march becomes a speed bump:

Sadly, this tourist just failed to keep his attention on his surroundings, which you should do at all times when traveling.

However, Mr. Touchy Von Grabberson at the top has no excuse to touch a Queen’s Guard, who should be appreciated from afar for their diligence to tradition and discipline.

Why you would mock one is beyond me. But getting that close and touching someone is crossing a line I thought was pretty darn obvious.

These are dedicated men, not travel props put in place for your amusement and ridicule.

Now, if you can possibly muster the means, keep your hands to yourself out there, kiddos.

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