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London Cinema Uses Covert Ninjas To Hush Rude Moviegoers

London Cinema Uses Covert Ninjas To Hush Rude Moviegoers
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The Prince Charles Cinema in London is using volunteers clad in black lycra body suits to warn people who chat to their friends or use their cellphone in the theater.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 september 2012

To stop people from talking during the movies, the Prince Charles Cinema in London has activated ‘ninjas’ that will come over and silence you. The ninjas are clad in black lycra body suits that completely cover their head and body, so they can hide in the shadows of the dark cinema.

Talking During The Movie? You May Be Hushed By Ninjas

During a film, if you start chatting to your friend or send a text from your phone, they will appear by your seat and give you a warning to stop disturbing those around you. The ninjas are actually volunteers who help to improve your movie experience in exchange for a free admission.

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