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The Register obtains covert snaps of Google's new London offices

Lapdancing booths, Teletubbies-style roof garden and all

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Exclusive Undercover Register snappers have penetrated Google's new London offices to bring you an early look at the type of working conditions the Chocolate Factory offers its London-based Ooompa Loompas.

First off, there's a pom-pom creating room ...

The results of their work are then placed inside the "conference teepee" to be admired by visiting execs, all watched over by a languorous Eric Schmidt; a custom toe-warming mini-sleeping bag is included (click to enlarge)

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A sort-of nice view of the Centre Point tower.

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Tinky winky, Dipsy, Lala, Po ... who is it that

lives in a faux-modern complex under a grassy hump?

Inside Google's Central St Giles offices

Just what sort of party is this room intended for?

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