T-Rex delivers free school meals to children in coronavirus lockdown

A T-Rex has been spotted delivering free school meals to children staying at home because of school closures due to coronavirus, Evening Standard is reporting.

The helpful dinosaur, called Jam, is being operated by teachers Joe Parsonage and Sam Bryan.

With less to do since schools closed for most children, they decided to help deliver meals to local children who normally qualify for them – using the model T-Rex.

Mr Parsonage told the Standard: “We’re lucky enough to have a dinosaur in the back of the van, so we just walked down the road and we sometimes put the food in its mouth and we just dropped it off outside.

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