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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have already addressed allegations that they jumped the queue to visit the Queen lying in state.
But it seems like popular tourist attractions are also jumping on the bandwagon, with The London Dungeon having introduced a brutal new ‘Holly and Phil’ fast track pass.
According to the press release, until tomorrow, any guest who asks for a ‘Holly & Phil’ ticket when purchasing their standard ticket entrance will gain queue jumping rights for the same price.
This cheeky homage to the This Morning duo will allow guests immediate entry to the next tour of the London tourist attraction – which is home to live actors, special effects and rides – rather than queuing alongside ‘peasants who have been patiently waiting their turn’.
A representative of the London Dungeon said of the limited edition ticket pass: “The Holly and Phil pass is here for a limited time only.
“If you’re too good to queue with the rest of the rabble and demand swift and immediate passage into London’s horrible history, then this is right up your alley.
They concluded: “Don’t be making small talk with the measly patiently waiting plebs when you could be on a one-way path to the front of the queue!”
Instead, tourists can experience 16 shows and thrilling rides with top speed at the London Dungeon, which ‘promises to bring the city’s dark history to life delivering ample scream-drenched stories and fear-inducing shocks for a summer holiday experience that guests will never forget.’
If you want to be in with a chance of milking this pass, then like the presenting duo, you've got to be quick. ‘Holly & Phil’ is available to guests until closing on Friday 23rd September.
LADbible has contacted a representative of Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield for a comment.
The queue jump pass is, of course, in light of those queue jumping allegations, which saw the presenters heading to Westminster Hall to pay their respects to the late monarch.
But while thousands of people were made to queue for hours to see the coffin in person, it appeared the pair were able to skip the line after being led to a press gallery.