DRAGON WITH TROPHY?
Originally the word trophy, derived from the Greek tropaion, referred to arms, standards, other property, or human captives and body parts (e.g. headhunting) captured in battle. These war trophies commemorated the military victories of a state, army or individual combatant. In modern warfare trophy taking is discouraged, but this sense of the word is reflected in hunting trophies and human trophy collecting by serial killers.
The dragon boundary marks are cast iron statues of dragons on metal or stone plinths that mark the boundaries of the City of London. The dragons are painted silver, with details of their wings and tongue picked out in red. The dragon stands on its two rear legs, with the right foreleg raised and the left foreleg holding a shield which bears the City of London's coat of arms, painted in red and white.
CITY OF LONDON POLICE
STOP Ref no: NE 9510004
STOP SEARCH RECORD ONLY
Last Name: ................
First Name(s): .....................
Grounds for authority: male was believed to be walking with a swastika. On approach it was in respect of a race equality enquiry.
ENCOUNTER / STOP ONLY RECORDED
YOU HAVE NOT BEEN SEARCHED
At: 11.28 hours
Location: Liverpool Street
PNC ID Code: IC3
Self defined ethnic classification: B9
COMPLETE IN ALL CASES
Officers stopping or searching 611 IC2
PRINT NAME: Smith
Copy of record supplied at time of stop/search? Yes
HOLY BOOK OF RACIAL GOVERNMENT