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Trade in your once-cool trainers for free entry at the London Dungeon

  • Thursday April 11th 2024

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The London Dungeon offers FREE entry to those who can no longer wear their trainers after the prime minister’s admission that he is a big fan.

The offer comes as the prime minister faced Gen-Z backlash for ‘ruining’ Adidas Sambas’ trendiness, after being pictured sporting a pair during an interview at Downing Street, before offering a ‘fulsome apology to the Samba community’ stating that he loved the trainers and owned many pairs of Adidas shoes, destroying their cool-ness beyond repair.

A London Dungeon spokesperson said: “The once iconic trainers are on the outs with, well everyone, after Sunak donned a pair this week, officially administering the kiss of death to the much-loved shoe.

“We see this offer as our very own ‘fulsome apology’ to former Samba wearers. Don’t pop them in the bin, bring them to the London Dungeon and we’ll do our best to take your mind off the pain of parting with them as you step away from the horrors of the present and into those of the past!”

The London attraction is launching the offer to save the formerly favourite trainers from the bin, and turn Sunak’s serious fashion faux pas into a great day out for those feeling personally victimised by the UK prime minister trying to pull off the retro trainer.

While many in the great British public might say they’d love to never see Sambas again, the attraction will donate any trainers handed in during the amnesty to a local charity to ensure they reach a good home.

The offer will run for one day only on Saturday 13th April 2024.


Every person who turns in one pair of Sambas will receive two same day tickets.