BAN THIS SICK DIANA RACING GAME!
VILE traders have chosen the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death to start selling a sick car racing game that MOCKS her final journey.
In 2009, Sunday Sport reported the release of Race Electrk Diana Death Edition – a Scalectrix- style £ 39.99 game aimed at kids aged eight to 13.
Players were asked to take control of either a Mercedes S280 – Di’s death car – a Fiat Uno, or one of two paparazzi mopeds before speeding round the “track”.
The heartless toy’s box – which featured images of England’s Rose and MI5 assassin Henri Paul – even boasted that it included a free replica of the Place d’Alma tunnel where the Princess of Hearts met her death on August 31, 1997.
After Sunday Sport exposed the revolting slur on the memory of Diana, the game thankfully flopped and the manufacturers were driven from polite society.
But it seems hundreds of unsold units were flogged on to speculators and stashed away… until now.
They are now being openly sold on the internet as the nation prepares to mark the grim anniversary of Diana’s tragic death. Posing as a ghoulish buyer, Sunday Sport investigator a
made contact with online trader verygoodhonestyes564 who boasted of having 100 of the games which are: “All 100% working order.”
A dossier of our findings has been sent to trading standards and also Buckingham Palace.
A royal source last night said: “Sunday Sport has found itself in the role of guardian of public decency once again. The princes will be thrilled. Come New Years Honours, we won’t forget this one.” AGHAST FROM THE PAST: Game was originally released back in 2009 PEOPLE’S PRINCESS: Tragic Diana died in car crash 10yrs ago