London Dungeon bans vegans from entering this January in attraction snub

The London Dungeon has announced that that all vegans will be banned from the attraction this Veganuary.

Organisers say the move is in support of one of its most infamous characters – Mrs Lovett – and her human meat pies.

The South Bank attraction’s version of the awareness month, veBANuary, launched on January 3 and will run throughout the entire month of January.

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A London Dungeon spokesperson said: “This Veganuary, the London Dungeon has decided to stand behind our Mrs Lovett and her iconic but somewhat suspicious meat pies.

“If she doesn’t do vegan, neither will we! So we’ve decided to not only ignore Veganuary but launch our very own version, denying entry to any vegan visitor who tries to darken our Dungeon.

"And the best bit, no need for additional security to help identify the veggie lovers, as we know they will most likely mention it within minutes of stepping foot into the attraction!"

For anyone else feeling brave enough to venture through the attraction this January, The London Dungeon offers 16 terrifying shows and thrilling rides which 'bring the city’s dark history to life.'

From Jack the Ripper and Guy Fawkes to witch executions and courtrooms, the London Dungeon will certainly keep all fright lovers amused.

Just don't try and take a veggie sandwich in there if you go this January.


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