Contortionists show Londoners a different way to eat ice cream

08:19 11 May 2012

The contortionists in London

The contortionists in London

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Although it’s predicted that the weather will be wintry until June, a group of contortionists visited capital landmarks to show Londoners some alternative ways to eat ice cream.

The ice cream-loving contortionists visited Trafalgar Square, Westminster Bridge and the Tower of London to mark the launch of Ben & Jerry’s Core range.

The ice cream maker is making request stops around Britain and pledging to give away 150,000 scoops of its new range of flavours over the coming weeks.

The public can request free ice cream delivered to their door directly through the app www.facebook.com/benjerryuk

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