I am looking for a cartoon (along the lines of the sort attached) that explains a problem that retailers often face - "run outs". Retailers like Currys, PC World, Best Buy, Walmart, Asda are often faced with "customer" stealing expensive items by running out the emergency exit. They grab the stuff, push the emergency exit bar, the door opens and out they run, often to a waiting car. Sure the security alarm blasts and maybe red lights flash but that doesn't stop the thiefs and the security guards have little time to chase and capture.
To combat this retailers look for what is technically termed "delayed egress" locking system. Simply put when the thief pushes on the panic bar to open the door, the alarms sound, the lights flash but the door doesn't open. it stays shut for around 10-15 seconds - long enough for security to come along and sort out the situation, but a short enough time that if there's a real emergency people can still get out safely.
I want a cartoon that shows the two scenarios side by side as per the attached. The before (with a crappy door with cheap emergency panic bar with light above the door and alarm sounding when they open it and run through with a big TV). The after (same door, better looking locking system that bolts at the top and the bottom and the middle, with a panic bar across the door, and they press it but the door hasn't opened. the Alarm is going, the light above is flashing and they are stuck there with their TV and the security is right behind them).