Event TV: Jamie Laing's Candy Kittens unveils prank vending machine

Candy Kittens, the sweet brand devised by Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing, got into the Halloween spirit by pranking Londoners with a vending machine.

Consumers that go to grab their sweets are in for a spooky surprise (Candy Kittens TV/YouTube)
Consumers that go to grab their sweets are in for a spooky surprise (Candy Kittens TV/YouTube)

The Candy Kittens contraption landed in Shoreditch’s Boxpark yesterday (29 October). The machine encourages consumers to press a button for free sweets, however when they go to collect them, a ghostly hand reaches out and makes them jump. 

The machine will move to Topshop Oxford Street tomorrow (30 October), where shoppers can expect an extra special surprise in-store. It will remain in situ at the flagship until 31 October.

Check out our rundown of more Halloween experiences, featuring Tesco, Cubanisto and Warner Bros Studio London. This weekend (31 October), Haribo will be taking its trick or treat door activation to Lightwater Valley in North Yorkshire.

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