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The Best Worst Travel Advert Ever

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In case you weren't already aware, high street travel agents are still a thing. You know, for people who haven't got the internet yet.

This point is admirably put across in this sensational new advert for the Scotland-based Thorne Travel, which has been gathering steam on Twitter this week for its sheer awfulness. We don't want to spoil it for you but there's magic, dancing and the least convincing stunt man ever.

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