Story on the BBC website about the spy in the bag:
"A third party must have been involved in putting MI6 officer Gareth Williams in the padlocked bag in which his body was found, an expert witness has said."
"Footage played at Westminster Coroner's Court showed Mr Faulding trying to get into the bag in an empty bath.
Mr Faulding said that he had tried and failed to lock the bag from the inside 300 times - and added that he was sure it could not be done."
Now this might be a silly question, but what kind of career path leads you to be considered an expert witness on the subject of failing to lock yourself inside a holdall??