Monmouth MP helps out with Olympics security
2:50pm Thursday 2nd August 2012 in Olympics in Wales
THE MP for Monmouth has spent part of his parliamentary recess by doing his bit to help out with Olympic security.
David Davies posted an image of himself serving as a special constable in London to the social networking site Twitter on Tuesday.
The image appeared to showMr Davies at a train station.
Referring to the row over security at the event, he said: “In the absence of G4S, I am attending the Olympics inmy other capacity.
The MP added: “No holiday yet!”
Mr Davies, who is also chairman of the Welsh Affairs Select Committee, previously helped out with policing at the London riots last August.
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