SECURITY company G4S has revealed its solution to their Olympics staffing shortfall Enforcement Droid Series 209.
The bipedal robot, which boasts twin .50 caliber cannons and is programmed to detect any breaches of the law inside stadia, was unveiled at a board meeting in G4S skyscraper head office.
Rockstar-haired G4S boss Nick Buckles, standing proudly in front of the robot, said: We won’t have any problems with ED-209 being insufficiently trained, not turning up to work, or running to the fucking newspapers with a sob story about our chaotic recruitment process.
Anyone in the Olympic security zones carrying a weapon, behaving erratically or simply bearded will be given 20 seconds to comply with ED-209s instructions or face the consequences.
The robot will respond to terrorism with lethal force but can also use verbal warnings to deal with minor infractions of Olympic rules, such as eating at Burger King or paying with Mastercard.
Buckles said: Here, Ill demonstrate. Hey ED, Ive got a ticket to the 100m final but its got someone elses name on it. What you gonna do about it, huh?
You see, hes issued a warning to return the ticket so I drop it. Hey, whys he still counting down? Hes still aiming at me. Turn it off! Turn it off!
Following a bout of protracted gunfire, the smoke cleared to reveal the bullet-ridden corpse of the manificently-coiffed CEO, its face twisted into a mask of fear.
A G4S spokesman said: “The ED-209 has experienced a minor programming glitch, probably something to do with Windows. Thanks everyone.”
The beleaguered security firm is also exploring other methods of crowd control including untested biotechnological pacification units developed by its subsidiary, the Weyland Corporation.