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The dissolute ne'er-do-wells behind the recent London mobile clubbing event which terrorised one of the capital's mainline railway stations have organised a mass pillow fight to take place this evening outside The National Gallery.

The so-called "London Pillow Fight Club II" will kick off at 18.09pm on the pedestrian area in front of that august institution, and we can only hope that the authorities have assembled a considerable force of riot police backed up by water cannon, dogs and nets to quell this display of civil disorder.

The "rules" are as follows:

  • Tell everyone about Pillow Fight Club
  • Turn up at Pillow Fight Club venue with a nice soft pillow hidden in bag
  • At exact given time pull pillow from bag and fight
  • Do not fight anyone without pillow in hand (unless they want it)
  • Have fun

Normally, we would advise bored and disaffected youth to get out more. In this case, however, we are going to suggest that they get out less. ®

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