Elves Behavin’ Badly take over London

EDITORIAL USE ONLY TFL staff member Zelis with Elfie and Elvie from UK toy brand Elves Behaviní Badly who were causing mischief around London in the run up to Christmas. PA Photo. Picture date: Monday November 25, 2019. The naughty elves are asking parents and children to prank their friends, family and co-workers with their own elf dolls this year and post them online with the hashtag #NoElfControl. The festive doll range, which launched in 2017, has sold around 5 million elves to date. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire

The  PMS International owned, Elves Behavin’ Badly,  are back this December after being banned from the North Pole.  Elfie and Elvie have landed in London to show Londoners just how lewd, rude and outrageous they can be, ensuring that Christmas kicks off in the most badly-behaved way possible.
The life-sized elves  have taken over London’s streets and tubes, to give residents and visitors something to gasp about, pranking unsuspecting members of the public, giving out their own Playelf magazine and causing a scene and , encouraging the public to get pranking with their own Elves Behavin’ Badly dolls and accessories.

Elves Behavin’ Badly dolls are handed out to festive commuters so the public can play along and to have their own elf fun and share pictures using  #NoElfControl.


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