Men stop traffic to smoke shisha in London
The men sat on foldable wooden chairs in between two lanes on a street in Knightsbridge.
A group of young men have garnered a lot of attention as they lounged smoking shisha in the middle of a busy street in London on Sunday, the Telegraph reported.
The party of four sat on foldable wooden chairs in between two lanes on Brompton Road outside Harrods as seen in a photo tweeted by Ashley Agedah, a London fashion blogger.
The chill-out session angered drivers as the loungers continued to nonchalantly drink and smoke.
By the time the Police reported to the street in response to complaints of the four men obstructing traffic they had already left.
The Telegraph reported that the men were criticized on social media following the photos that surfaced online.
“To me this is unacceptable in my area and I hope the police dealt with them,” one user said.
“That’s pretty dangerous… It would just take one Russian in an armored plated Mercedes G Wagon to squash them,” another said.
The Steeple Times claimed the men were Arab adding that they were there as part of the "Ramadan rush."
Agedah later tweeted another photo of a gold and black Bugatti parked near to where men were smoking, captioned: “standard”.