Quorn ambushes ‘No 10’ with porkies stunt as outgoing PM trots off
Meat substitute brand Quorn has given Boris Johnson a roasting after rolling up to ‘10 Downing Street’ to castigate the outgoing prime minister for making a pig’s ear of the partygate scandal and his other faux pas.
Quorn is promoting its products with this meaty stunt
A bright orange sandwich truck was seen parked outside what looked like the famous black door bearing a ‘no more porkies’ sign, as a delivery man dropped off ‘pork-free’ ham sandwiches for a farewell luncheon.
Muscling in on the news agenda, Quorn is making fun of the political dysfunction while simultaneously promoting its meat-free produce by distributing meat-free sandwiches to passing Londoners.
The PR stunt follows a series of scandals endured by Johnson during his time in office, culminating in his forced resignation on July 7 amid accusations of misleading the House of Commons and Parliament.
The campaign was overseen by Taylor Herring, with support from Ponderosa on social.