He is normally tricky to spot, but around 800 people dressed up as Where's Wally were in Victoria Park in Hackney today.
The National Literacy Trust held a fun run, calling on everyone to wear bobble hats, stripy tops and glasses to raise money for the charity.
These funds will be put into improving literacy in deprived communities across the UK.
There was a 5K and 10K event and people could either walk, jog or run their way around the park.
Last year over a thousand Wallys took part, raising more than £60,000 for the National Literacy Trust.
That money provides books and storytelling events for children from low-income homes and one-to-one support for parents who are not confident with literacy.
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An 18-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of being in possession of an offensive weapon and affray, following a stabbing in Hackney.
He is in custody at an east London police station.
A Hackney resident posted this picture online of the scene after police were called to Chatsworth Road at about 11.30pm yesterday.
Officers were met by a masked mob who threw missiles.
A masked mob pelted police with missiles as they attended the scene of a stabbing.
The "volatile" crowd of around 30 people covered their faces and threw bottles at officers during the incident in Hackney last night.
Police were called to Chatsworth Road at around 11.30pm after an 18-year-old man suffered stab wounds to his upper body.
No officers were injured during the trouble, while one pursued and apprehended a suspect "despite continuing threats from a volatile crowd", a Metropolitan Police spokesperson said.
Residents in Hackney told ITV News London they heard two loud bangs before seeing a man "on fire in the street".
The man, who is in his thirties and was working nearby in Mare Street, is fighting for his life in hospital.
Four fire engines and around 20 firefighters attended the scene at around 12:15pm.
The blaze, which also damaged the ground floor of a nearby shop, was brought under control after just over an hour.
An "exploding" van that set on fire in Hackney this afternoon is "not terrorist-related," Metropolitan Police have said.
The van and a property are believed to have set on fire as a result of works carried out near a generator inside a commercial property at around 12:15pm, police said.
A man in his thirties - believed to be a worker at the property - suffered serious burn injuries in the incident and is in a critical condition at an East London hospital.
There are no other reported injuries.
One person has been taken to hospital following a fire on Mare Street, Hackney, the London Fire Brigade said on Twitter.
Four fire engines are still at the scene after a van and building set alight.
The road is closed in both directions.
Van on fire on Mare street - man laid out on floor. Ambulances rushing to scene now, junction of Brenthouse road. http://t.co/Dh0KzEFalC
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