Moment giant Christmas baubles bigger than cars roll down London street after high winds blow them down | The Sun
THIS is the incredible moment giant Christmas baubles bigger than cars roll down a London street after being blown down by strong winds.
The huge silver and white baubles from a festive display have caused chaos on London's Tottenham Court Road after rolling into traffic.
Footage shows the Christmas decorations rolling down the street because of high winds, as passing cars turn to avoid them.
One hits a lamppost before careering off down the road before coming to a halt by at tree.
The surreal sight is believed to have taken place last night with the balls swept away by strong gusts.
Footage also shows giant metallic bows being blown against the curb, with motorists slowing down to avoid these objects.
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The incredible moment came on the eve of the annual Oxford Street Christmas light switch-on, which attracts thousands of visitors to the capital.
It’s believed the ornaments were brought under control shortly after.
It comes as Brits faced travel chaos today after Storm Claudio battered the UK with 70mph winds overnight.
Most parts of England and Wales have been affected by wet and windy conditions today as the lashing rain derailed commuters and caused havoc.
Storm Claudio has caused chaos across the nation with one of end of Brighton's iconic West Pier even collapsing due to the wild weather.
While motorists were captured struggling to navigate through flash flooding near Poole, Dorset with vehicles at risk of being submerged.
Hundreds of homes were blacked out overnight as the powerful storm continues to batter the UK with howling gales and driving rain.
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The Met Office has yellow weather warnings in place which will last until Wednesday.
Forecasters have warned of more potential travel disruption and flooding come tomorrow.
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