An unusual advertising campaign in the London Underground! Dispenseroo, an illegal online cannabis purchase platform, has decided to pull out all the stops to make itself known: put up posters in the Tube. This obviously did not fail to raise some eyebrows among metro users, who could read:
“Do you love 🍃? Use code ‘tube’ for £5 off. #dispenseroo”.
Can’t believe and illegal online cannabis dealer is being allowed to advertise on London Underground!! Take it out! 🤯@MayorofLondon @TfL pic.twitter.com/PWO188r6Gp
— Gary (@nuttergaz) August 31, 2022
If social networks are already widely used by the black market, like these dealer snapchats, a physical poster campaign remains quite uncommon. The quick searches carried out on Deliveroo attest in any case to the legitimacy of the site, like Hub420 or Stardoggy, which already made it very easy to buy and have weed or cannabis-based products delivered to your home. United Kingdom.
A spokesperson for Transport For London, which runs the London Underground, said after being contacted by local media: “These adverts are not authorized by TFL or our advertising partner Global. This is wild posting, which we take extremely seriously. We have already asked our contractors to remove all posters of this type found on our network. »