Funniest sight I've seen all week - dimwit walking along the street with her eyes glued to her iPhone and walks straight into couple with pushchair before ricocheting off them into some railings.
Surely no text message is THAT important that you have to walk along the street and text, rather than use your little pea-sized brain and either wait until you are in the office, or actually stop at a convenient place for a nano-second or two and write the message then.
I've also seen a moron riding a Boris bike along Oxford Street while texting on his iPhone at the same time.
Now as someone who rides a bike in London every day and also has to walk along the pavements - this is dangerous behaviour on so many levels.
People like that should either have their phones taken away permanently or be locked in a padded room for their own safety and for the safety of others.
At least for as long as it takes to grow them a working brain.
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