MI5 hiring mechanics to fix cars totalled by real-life James Bonds on missions

Spy bosses are hiring mechanics to fix cars crashed by spooks – much like the ones written off by fictional spy 007.

MI5 are looking for vehicle technicians and panel beaters to work in two of their London bodyshops near to their headquarters.

The salary for the roles is £33,326 and involves repairing panels, stripping cars, fixing the damage, repairing bodywork, road testing vehicles, changing tyres and bulbs, and replacing worn-out crutches.

The ad said: “We are MI5, we protect the UK from threats to national security such as terrorism and espionage.

“We gather intelligence and work closely with the police and law enforcement to detect threats and work out ways to stop them.

“We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our highly skilled team of technicians based in one of our two London workshops.”

Suave fictional spy James Bond is known for his love of nice motors and high-speed car chases.

In the movie franchise, 007 is estimated to have caused £5m worth of vehicle damage during his lifetime and racked up hundreds of crashes.

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Throughout the 24 movies he has written off eight Aston Martins and a string of other supercars including a Rolls Royce Phantom III.

The most destructive Bond was Pierce Brosnan, who crashed a whopping 58 cars across four movies.

It comes after Prince William visited MI6 in a 'secret event' hours before Russia invaded Ukraine this week.

Prince William privately visited the top-secret department, which deals with foreign intelligence, in London on Wednesday morning, PA reports.

The visit to MI6 by the Duke of Cambridge was not publicised and only appeared when documents detailing the visit were made available through the Court Circular.

The news came only hours after Russia's tanks were seen rolling towards Ukraine's border on Thursday, (February 24).

In the days that have followed, fighting has continued, with reports thousands have died, including soldiers on the frontline, although the true number of casualties is not yet known.

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