Zombie March In Leicester

A week after a city council was forced to admit it has no plans to deal with an invasion of killer ZOMBIES – an army of the undead descended on the city. Leicester City Council was forced to make the bizarre admission after receiving a Freedom of Information request saying its preparations for such an attack were poor. And Saturday more than 200 zombies arrived for the ‘mass shamble’ which included groaning and pressing themselves on the glass of the council’s offices.

A week after a city council was forced to admit it has no plans to deal with an invasion of killer ZOMBIES - an army of the undead descended on the city. Leicester City Council was forced to make the bizarre admission after receiving a Freedom of Information request saying its preparations for such an attack were poor. And Saturday more than 200 zombies arrived for the 'mass shamble' which included groaning and pressing themselves on the glass of the council's offices.

A week after a city council was forced to admit it has no plans to deal with an invasion of killer ZOMBIES - an army of the undead descended on the city. Leicester City Council was forced to make the bizarre admission after receiving a Freedom of Information request saying its preparations for such an attack were poor. And Saturday more than 200 zombies arrived for the 'mass shamble' which included groaning and pressing themselves on the glass of the council's offices.

A week after a city council was forced to admit it has no plans to deal with an invasion of killer ZOMBIES - an army of the undead descended on the city. Leicester City Council was forced to make the bizarre admission after receiving a Freedom of Information request saying its preparations for such an attack were poor. And Saturday more than 200 zombies arrived for the 'mass shamble' which included groaning and pressing themselves on the glass of the council's offices.

A week after a city council was forced to admit it has no plans to deal with an invasion of killer ZOMBIES - an army of the undead descended on the city. Leicester City Council was forced to make the bizarre admission after receiving a Freedom of Information request saying its preparations for such an attack were poor. And Saturday more than 200 zombies arrived for the 'mass shamble' which included groaning and pressing themselves on the glass of the council's offices.