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The huge yellow inflatable water slide at King’s Cross is open

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These Londoners beat the heat this morning by launching themselves down a giant yellow water slide.

The 100m long slide, which has been installed next to King’s Cross station this weekend, is being touted as the best way for commuters to unwind after a long journey.

Punters were filmed getting a good soaking as they tried out the slide today.

Free priority tickets for the two-day event, which is all part of promotion for Lipton Ice Tea’s ‘be a day breaker’ campaign, have all been claimed, but people can still take a trip down the slide if they are willing to queue.

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Some tweeters appeared impressed by the inflatable structure, whilst others suggested that a trip down it was impractical before work.

Gemma Deering said: “Wouldn’t mind a go on this this morning.”

But Amit Rao said: “How are you going to use the water slide at King’s Cross on the way to work? Like, seriously!”

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Article by: http://www.standard.co.uk/