About two hundred zombies invaded Leicester on Saturday, a week after the city council admitted it was unprepared for an invasion of the living dead.
Politics graduate James Dixon, 26, used his “concerned citizen” privilege to ask how Leicester City Council would tackle an attack by the living dead.
The Freedom of Information request stated: “Having watched several films it is clear that preparation for such an event is poor and one that councils throughout the kingdom must prepare for.”
Leicester City Council were forced to admit that they had no such emergency zombie protocol in place, but did add that the request gave them a good laugh.
Dixon originally planned to meet up with a few mates for a “lurch around town” – but, after posting the event on Twitter and Facebook, many others joined zombie march from the Clock Tower to New Walk, where the city council offices are.