Anyone wearing an England kit, flag or iconic white and red face paint this Friday will be rejected from the Edinburgh Dungeon ahead of the Euro game against Scotland. Edinburgh Dungeon joked that anyone caught breaking the rules will be “dealt with by the Torturer”.
Scotland is due to travel to Wembley to face England tomorrow (June 18) after losing to the Czech Republic earlier in the week.
Revealing the new rules on Facebook, the dungeon posted: “Ok you pesky peasants… we are putting some ground rules in place for everyone this Friday ahead of the BIG GAME.
“NO ENGLAND SHIRTS, NO ENGLAND FLAGS NO ENGLAND FACE PAINT. Basically, NO England fans, we mean, ATTIRE allowed!
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They added: “In response to The Edinburgh Dungeon’s barring of Three Lions-wearing English sassenachs ahead of the big match on Friday 18 June, the world-famous attraction on London’s South Bank has launched a stunning counterattack in support of England’s bid to continue their victorious streak to top Group D.
“Whilst licking their wounds inflicted following a punishing defeat at the hands of Czech Republic on Monday, any Scottish fans who dare to try and gain entry while clad in the above-mentioned banned patriotic attire will be turned away by the London Dungeon’s resident torturer.”
England vs Scotland will kick off at 8pm tomorrow and will be shown on ITV and STV.
Additional reporting by Indigo Stafford.