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VIDEO: Beware the Judoon as Doctor Who filming takes to the streets of Gloucester

The staff here at Punchline towers have been wary about stepping out of the office this morning, due to the proximity of the Judoon.

The extra-terrestrial mercenary police force were spotted on Berkeley Street close to our Old Fire Station base this morning, as Doctor Who films in Gloucester for a second day.

Crowds of people have flocked to College Green to see the film crews and Judoon in action as they film for the new series of the BBC One hit.

And the good Doctor has also been seen as Jodie Whittaker posed for selfies with Whovarians and one Gloucester PCSO.

Gloucester Cathedral is closed to the public today for filming as the show heads inside the historic building.

Hopefully, the Judoon will have scarpered to another dimension by the time the Punchline staff clock-off this evening.

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