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What happens when zombies take over Shoreditch

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Get the Shoreditch zombie look

World War Z, the latest zombie thriller involve world annihilation starring Brad Pitt is hitting cinemas this Friday.

This leads to the thought – what would East London look like if the flesh-eating horror actually appeared on our streets?

One Kent based fancy dress company has come up with a likely predator – the Hipster Zombie costume (or a large leprechaun).

Designed especially for the release of World War Z, individuals can get a taste of what an indie zombie would look like.

Complete with ginger beard and geek glasses, the costume gives a unique Shoreditch look for party-goers on fancy dress.

Feast on the brains of the mainstream

The company have also come up with ways to disable the former East Londoner.

Using a MacBook Pro [not included], the monster can be occupied just like a live hipster!

Unfortunately, they haven’t given a more permanent method of ridding the zombie. At least we have until 31st October to find a cure…..

 

 

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