“Oxford Circus JD StealAnd again: “Balaclava and gloves dress code,” Don’t come if you can’t run. Do not carry weaponsIt’s the remaining order Tik Tok Dozens of men who met wednesday evening led in Oxford roadfamous London shopping streetTo loot shops and wreak havoc in the English capital. A state of delirium immortalized in many video which have been circulating on social media for hours. Businesses were forced to close while the police tried, without difficulty, to restore public order on the street. Policemen who formed real human collars to allow (real) customers to leave the shops without being assaulted.
Some widely shared posts on TikTok and Snapchat started trending under the headline “Oxford Circus JD Robbery,” encouraging other young adults to gather at 3pm for a Loot shops along the way. “We continue to have a very visible presence in the Oxford Street area. Our officers have issued 11 dispersal orders. We will deal with anyone coming into the West End with the intent to commit a crime,” London’s Metropolitan Police wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. Officers continue to provide a reassuring presence within the Oxford Street area. “We issued 24 dispersal orders and arrested five people,” he added in another post.
Similar episodes were also recorded today, Friday, August 11, in the city SouthendAnd in Essex, where even here the police arrived in force to disperse and arrest the young men. An issue that has already become national with the Minister of the Interior Suela Braverman Which asks the agents to “track down all those responsible and put them in jail, because What we see in some cities in the United States should never happen here.”. Even London Mayor Sadiq Khan criticized those involved, speaking of “senseless behavior” and “full support of the police to restore order”.
Footage of London’s Oxford Street with young people after a “mass shoplifting event” has gone viral on TikTok, calling for people to raid the high street. pic.twitter.com/mi3XfTDHdW
– Imtiaz Mahmoud (@ImtiazMadmood) August 11, 2023
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