Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing has been causing a commotion in the capital this Halloween ... To get Londoners feeling spooky, he and his team at his gourmet sweets brand Candy Kittens have created "the world's scariest vending machine".
On the front of the device, a poster was displayed reading "free candy", but when people approach it a hand shoots out and tries to grab them.
The vending machine was set up in Shoreditch, but Laing has plans to set up another one this weekend (from Friday October 30 to Saturday October 31) in west London's Oxford Street.
Laing told The Mirror Online: "It's been so much fun doing this, I love Halloween .
"We're actually looking at setting the vending machine up at another location this weekend, Topshop on Oxford Street.
"I'm going to come along and jump out at people too. It should all be good fun which is exactly what I'm about."
Candy Kittens, producer of gourmet gummy candy, was founded by Jamie Laing and is based in Chelsea . The sweet ranges are currently stocked in Topshop, Waitrose, Sainsbury's and other retailers across the UK, as well as 15 countries globally. The range is also coming soon to Tesco.
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