Thrones execs play security Game to stop nude pic leak
GAME Of Thrones bosses have splurged £25,000 a DAY to stop secret NUDE snaps of star Lena Headey going online.
Bermuda born Lena – who plays villainous Cersei Lannister in the swords and sorcery epic – has been in Croatia filming controversial scenes, where she struts through the streets of Dubrovnik completely STARKERS.
And in a bid to make sure no images of the 41-year-old ( above) go viral ahead of the new series next year, HBO have employed 200 security guards to protect the set.
Photos are banned and those in the area have been forced to sign confidentiality agreements – worth a staggering £200,000.
On top of that, they’ve had to pay to relocate shop owners for the duration of the filming – which lasted FOUR days.
The scenes have caused controversy from the beginning – with town officials originally banning it, to help protect local sexuality laws.
However, they had a change of heart a couple of weeks later when they realised the number of jobs and extra income filming would generate for locals.
POUNDWORLD’S claim of “everything’s £1” has been banned by the advertising watchdog after a punter spotted “special” items on sale for £3 and £8.99.
A shopper said the claim was misleading after seeing the “manager special” items in a store.
The high street discount store argued that the “manager specials” were occasional offers – in addition to their £1 items – that usually ran during the Christmas period and at random and infrequent intervals for the remainder of the year.
The company said it had a strategy with Trading Standards for advertising such specials to ensure they were separate from £1 items.
Upholding the complaint, the Advertising Standards Authority said: “We considered a significant draw of the claim would be that consumers would expect to pay no more than £1 for any of the items in the store.
“We concluded that the claim was misleading.”