Half-naked Man Seen Sprinting In The Snow In London
A half-naked man seen sprinting in the snowto convince people "London is a simulation". Over the past 15 hours or so, it has been snowing in London, which does not deal well with snow.
Rail replacement buses are the worst thing that the transportation industry has to offer. They turn a three-stop tube ride to work into an hour-long slog, and when schools close, kids flood the parks.
Beyond a few slops of sleet, London is just unprepared for any kind of weather. In addition, heavy snow makes Londoners a little bit crazy, as one popular video from last night's (December 11) storm shows.
In fact, some have concluded that the capital is really just a giant simulation as a result of the clip's peculiarity.
half-naked man seen sprinting in the snow at the center of the road in the footage in what is, by London standards, a major snowstorm.
The real deal? He is only covered by a cap and some shorts. Crime LDNshared the video on Twitter and said that it was shot in Tottenham, North London.
The Archbishop of Banterbury posted the video again with the message, "I'm sure London is a simulation."
A social media user commented: "Good job he’s got that hat on; wouldn't want him to catch a cold."People were quick to express their opinions.
A third Instagram user wrote: "At least he wore a hat,"while a third penned: "People do any sh*t for the clout these days."
"He should wear gloves,""A Russian on his way to buy a pint of milk and a newspaper,"and "London is real life GTA"were among the other comments.
British citizens were advised not to travel on Monday, December 12 owing to the icy and snowy conditions. After a lot of snow fell over the weekend, the Met Office sent out a number of yellow weather warnings, and low temperatures are expected to stay below zero in the evenings.
They said that the icy and snowy conditions were "a little bit more than we thought" at first. Police in Cornwall, Stratford, and Gloucestershire told people not to travel if they could help it, and National Highways told people in the south-east to only travel when they had to.
The South East of Englandwould have severe weather, according to Met Office meteorologist Rachel Ayers, with "persistent rain, sleet or snow" making travel plans riskier and creating hazardous road conditions.
There will be ice forming, particularly near the coast where there is rain, sleet, and freezing temperatures which could cause some travel disruption to begin Monday with that valid until 9 a.m.- Rachel Ayers
A half-naked man seen sprinting in the snow. He was only wearing a pair of teal shorts and a black balaclava as he ran through the snow in London and has been identified as a prominent fitness trainer.