London iPod Flash Mob Attracts 4,000 Silent Dancers

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About 4,000 dancers reveled to the sounds of their own iPods at an impromptu flash mob at London’s Victoria train station on Friday, according to the Evening Standard.

A deafening 10-second countdown startled station staff and commuters before the concourse erupted in whoops and cheers. MP3 players and iPods emerged and the crowd danced wildly to their soundtracks in silence – for two hours.

University of London student Lucy Dent, 20, was among the flash mobbers. She said: “It was my first flash mob and I’m hooked. I’ve been dancing non-stop since we began.

“I didn’t even notice the commuters. When you get into the dancing you’re oblivious to them and forget you’re at a railway station.”

Says Flickr user vandanger: “It lasted almost two hours before the police intervened. It was great.”

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4 responses to “London iPod Flash Mob Attracts 4,000 Silent Dancers”

  1. Jenni Thurmer says:

    Wow! Imagine a wireless Woodstock. No massive equipment, no complaints from the neighbours – bring it on!!!

  2. alan parsons says:

    Such a f***ing freaks!