My son Kimbo mentioned this 'business' recently, and I could hardly believe what he was telling me. So as proof he sent me this photo.
I can't actually read what it says on the poster, so I was obliged to visit their web site.
They offer two different services to the weary shopper. Firstly simple vitamin injections at a paltry £30 to £60, and secondly intravenous drips which are a tad more expensive.
For £225 you can have an IV 'anti-ageing' drip, or for the same amount of money a 'fitness' drip, or for a staggering £850 you can be IV fed with just about every vitamin known to mankind.
Whether or not these non-medical drips do any good is a matter of conjecture, but the very idea of a shopping centre offering quasi-medical procedures to increase your well-being is bizarre. The above was photographed at Westfield in London.
'More money than sense' comes to mind. Whatever next!