Fungus the Bogeyman Stuns Christmas Shoppers

Denise Van Outen , Fungus the Bogeyman - Raymond Briggs' much loved children's character Fungus the Bogeyman surprised London commuters this morning to celebrate the launch of Sky 1's new family drama Fungus the Bogeyman, starting 6pm on 27th December. Fungus was played by specialist movement actor Paul Lancaster, and the 7ft high outfit took a specialist team of eight approximately three weeks to create. After coming out from his bogeyhole under a pub in Victoria, Fungus visited Victoria Station shopping centre and Millenium Bridge before meeting up with Denise Van Outen for a spot of shopping in London's Southbank. - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 22nd December 2015 (8 Pictures)


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