Train passengers take on 007 challenge
Unsuspecting train passengers in Belgium have been invited to unleash their inner James Bond.
Commuters buying a soft drink from a vending machine inside Antwerp's station were asked if they wanted to win tickets to see new 007 movie Skyfall.
Those that accepted were then set a task to get to platform six in just 70 seconds.
But the challenge was harder than it appeared. As the Bond theme played, the would-be Bonds had to make their way past men carrying sheets of glass, fruit-stalls falling over, joggers, dogs, and an attractive woman who wanted to stop them.
And those who accepted the challenge and reached the nominated platform in time then faced a final task - singing the James Bond theme tune.
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what do you think?
How cool was that!
That's great! Loved it haha.
Now that sounds fun. The Belgians do seem to be into fun stuff like that.
I really feel I could Bond with them !
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I am a great fan of Bond and this seems like something that I could do! Brilliant! We should have that over here!! I have been to London train stations and I always seem to get held up by pigeons when I've been in a rush to catch a train!!