Saturday, May 20, 2017

It's a Daisy Flashmob in Toronto

It seemed like a normal day at the city's busiest pedestrian scramble intersection at Yonge and Dundas with a small group of ladies giving out samples of perfume. Dressed in blue jeans, black shirts and all carrying see through umbrellas, the ladies in twos and threes were situated at all four corners of the intersection and the perfume sample they were giving out was Daisy by Marc Jacobs.
Then suddenly all the vehicles stopped and the all way pedestrian signals came on and the population of umbrellas and ladies grew significantly as they performed a coordinated dance routine. A sort of singing in the rain, without the rain. And as quickly as it started, the lights changed and the ladies poured out of the intersection.

See more of the flashmob after the jump.

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