Scotland might want to rethink the way they prepare for their games. While stadium security was chasing down inflatable balls being playfully tossed around the stands, the Scots were sharpening their skills for their game against the United States with miniature balls. The balls, bearing corporate logos, are a feature of Hong Kong Sevens and tossed around at will. But this year they have been confiscated by overzealous security guards. One parent complained that her nine-year-old child had two of the harmless balls seized as they entered the stadium. 'It's like the Gestapo,' he said, as 50 or more security personnel prepared to descend on the South Stand. It's a good thing the Scots know how to catch. A wayward throw would have meant one more for the security team.