United Kingdom  

Pedestrians draw 2 meter marking for joggers to keep their distance

Video Credit: SWNS STUDIO - Duration: 01:28s - Published
Pedestrians draw 2 meter marking for joggers to keep their distance

Pedestrians draw 2 meter marking for joggers to keep their distance

Fed up pedestrians have apparently used spray paint to create a running lane for joggers on the road - to keep them off the pavement.The informal 'runners lane' has appeared on a street in Bristol - in an apparent bid to enforce social distancing rules.The track has been created in an attempt to stop joggers getting too close to others going about their daily business.The words 'runners please' have been sprayed onto one side of a one-way road on Avon Crescent.Pictures taken today (Weds) show runners leaving a wide berth from walkers.Complaints over the conduct of some joggers have emerged since isolation guidance was issued by the authorities.Accusations of proximity problems and the inadvertent spread of the deadly disease due to heavy breathing have been made online.

0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

Fed up pedestrians have apparently used spray paint to create a running lane for joggers on the road - to keep them off the pavement.The informal 'runners lane' has appeared on a street in Bristol - in an apparent bid to enforce social distancing rules.The track has been created in an attempt to stop joggers getting too close to others going about their daily business.The words 'runners please' have been sprayed onto one side of a one-way road on Avon Crescent.Pictures taken today (Weds) show runners leaving a wide berth from walkers.Complaints over the conduct of some joggers have emerged since isolation guidance was issued by the authorities.Accusations of proximity problems and the inadvertent spread of the deadly disease due to heavy breathing have been made online.





Tweets about this