Scotch watch

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Scotch Watch is the nickname given to the gaggle of guard geese at the Ballantine's bonded warehouse in Dumbarton, Scotland. Although now augmented by CCTV cameras, the geese are part of the tradition of the facility, and are both a tourist attraction and advertising feature. The Goosekeeper at the time (as of 1996) was Arthur Carroll.

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