When their flight is delayed, members of the Philadelphia Orchestra decide to break the boredom with a impromptu rendition of the lastï»¿ movement of DvoÅ™Ã¡k’s American Quartet. This stuff never happens to us. (Thanks Aetherion!)
Here’s how the Germans do flash mobs. A woman in a train starts laughing at something in her smartphone, setting off a manic chain of cackling that surely made new passengers feel creeped out.
See anything out of the ordinary in the picture? Neither did the woman. She sure as hell didn’t expect what happened next. Would the mall janitors have received the same response?
Yes, it’s an ad, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun: check out the reactions of passengers arriving at Heathrow’s International Terminal, who are given a welcome home to remember. (Thanks Seti!)
The Random Acts of Culture Initiative performed a pop-up rendition of the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah, to the delight of surprised shoppers at Macy’s in Philadelphia. (Thanks Jason!)
Hundreds of people in a Swiss flashmob suddenly collapsed in the street, to the horror of unwitting passersby, to mimic events in a potential nuclear meltdown and to protest nuclear power plants.