Dyson's Christmas party has, by all accounts, always been a competitive affair - but this year's was just ridiculous. Having started 20 years ago as a 'few drinks in the coach house', the annual fancy dress festivities have grown into something a little frightening. This year's theme was 'topsy turvy' and with a burning fire hydrant, and upside-down living room and a robotic backwards bird, the results were a little intimidating. Check it out:
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