Golden rules, which would be useful for all Londoners

If you had the opportunity to introduce one golden rule, which would be followed by all residents of London, what would it be? It is very interesting to hear the answer to this question, especially from those who live in the capital for a long time. Time Out conducted a survey and found out what were the golden rules the Londoners would like to introduce. We share with you the most popular of them.

NO to adults on scooters!

If a person lives in an apartment or a house with a chic balcony or terrace, then this person should be fined for every sunny day not spent there.

Instead of dozens of people with newspapers on the subway, let only one person with the newspaper read out loud all the news.

Everyone shorter 165 cm is forbidden to walk in the rain with umbrellas.

If you are carried away with your mobile, when you at the cash desk, the cashier can take your phone and play Candy Crush for ten minutes.

Before going to London, everyone should watch a training video about the rules of behavior in the underground and walking speed.

In buses, you can press the stop button only once.

To force all people to wear Crocs in the name of social equality. Then no one will feel superior to the other. Crocs are an ideal solution to the problem.

And what kind of gold rules would you like to introduce? Offer your options in the comments.

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