More than 4,000 clubbers danced through the rush hour at Victoria station in Britain's biggest flash mob stunt. Revelers responded to e-bulletins urging them to "dance like you've never danced before" at 6.53pm. There were knowing looks and giggles among the casually dressed crowd that gathered from 6.30pm, wearing earphones.
...."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."
Chris Gale, 39, brought his daughter Sophia, three, and son Jacob, six. Mr Gale, a property entrepreneur from Bromley, said: "The children were a bit bewildered at first but then had fantastic fun.
..."I saw the straightestlooking guy in a suit with his briefcase doing the freakiest dance moves."