Surveillance Unit 38 is, once again, to be congratulated for its excellent work in the field. Showing their professionalism they have succeeded in gathering these fascinating images of antiquarians as their food. As you can see, these include scones with clotted cream and jam.
In conversation within the church porch where they feasted, we were able to ascertain that the scones were home-baked and the jam, homemade. This was subsequently confirmed by analysis of samples back in the AFSI's laboratories.
Less successful were Unit 202. Unfortunately, whilst undertaking surveillance work at Frettenham Church we fear that their presence was noted by one of the antiquarians who were transfixed by a small bottle of Frappacinno (pictured below) placed on the bonnet of a car. During their de-brief, it was explained that this preoccupation may have led to them being observed by the antiquarian who, "eyed them with hostility and suspicion". They managed to take a photograph of the perplexed subject before scampering away into the distance undergrowth. Such a breach of anonymity is to be deplored and the Grand Committee of the Antiquarian Food Surveillance Institute did consider disciplinary action. However, such was the magnitude of Unit 202's subsequent discover that any such action has been waived.
Whilst on duty on location somewhere in the north-east of Suffolk, operatives from Unit 202 were able to secure this stunning image. Using a combination of high-resolution photography, combined with directional microphones, they were able to ascertain that the antiquarians have developed a taste for Spunk. Listening in, we were heard the antiquarians talking about it as, "a bit salty for my liking", with one commenting, "I'm not sure about the mouth-feel it leaves." Another tweeded figure commented that they were currently unable to speak clearly, "as I have a mouthful of Spunk."