Original article from Kent Live
Tonbridge has taken a starring role in Aldi's summer Tokyo Olympics advertisement.
The new clip has started circulated on television and features a whole host of athletes as the supermarket drums up some national pride.
It has all the hallmarks of an Olympics opening ceremony as a rock band play and fireworks shoot.
Some recognisable faces appear and it all seems quite the event until British taekwondo champion Jade Jones spots a greedy seagull in the car park.
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As the buzzard munches on the rubbish Jade splutters, "This is not Tokyo!".
She's not wrong as the scene pans out to show a woman in a mobility scooter cruising across the parking spaces.
She munches a traditional British Mr Whippy and has streamers in the nation's colours as she cries, "This is Tonbridge, sweetheart!".
Aldi's Tonbridge store is well known to locals and is found on Swanmead Way.
The supermarket chain plays on British pride ahead of the Olympics as they boast their "award-winning suppliers, champion farmers, amazing bakers, winning shoppers….".
It's an all-star cast that Aldi has recruited too.
Jade takes centre stage and sports fans will remember her winning gold medals at London Olympics 2012 and the Rio Olympics 2016.
Viewers might also spot the Brownlee brothers, Alistair and Jonny, both triathlon stars.
Gymnast Max Whitlock, who has five Olympic medals including two Rio 2016 golds to his name, also poses with hands on hips for the ad.
The delayed Tokyo Olympics will start on Friday July 23 and run until Sunday August 8 this year.