Revellers use two traffic lights to build makeshift HAMMOCK at street party

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This is the moment revellers used two traffic lights to build a makeshift HAMMOCK at a street party.

This is the moment revellers used two traffic lights to build a makeshift HAMMOCK at a street party.

Partygoers took a break from dancing to relax in the large builder’s sheet – strung up above a pedestrian crossing on Friday night.

Video shows excited revellers swinging on the hammock as the traffic lights shake.

The crossing sits parallel with Turbo Island in Stokes Croft, Bristol where several crates were set alight.

This is the moment revellers used two traffic lights to build a makeshift HAMMOCK at a street party.

Firefighters attended the scene just after midnight (Sat) but left without extinguishing the blaze – after an intoxicated man climbed onto their vehicle and started dancing.

Eyewitness Alex Jones, 24, said: “A fire engine pulled up between the hammock crossing and Turbo Island where around 100 people were dancing.

“The firefighters inside were reluctant to get out – almost as if they didn’t risk going into the boisterous crowd of people.

“They soon drove off again.

The painter and decorator added: “People were chilling in the hammock for duration – it was quite a scene and everyone enjoyed themselves with no violence.”

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