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Traffic delayed as 5 women dance on Da Lat road

Traffic delayed as 5 women dance on Da Lat road

Sunday, May 19, 2024, 13:03 GMT+7
Traffic delayed as 5 women dance on Da Lat road
A screenshot from dashcam footage shows five women dancing in front of a car parked on a road in the Tuyen Lam Lake national tourist site in Da Lat, a tourist city in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.

The management board of the Tuyen Lam Lake national tourist site in Da Lat City confirmed on Saturday that a group of five women danced in front of a car parked on a road in the tourist site, occupying more than a quarter of the road and causing delays for other vehicles.

Footage recorded by the dashcam of another car showed that the group of women danced in front of the black car on Hoa Phuong Tim Street in Da Lat, a famed tourist city in Lam Dong Province, located in Vietnam's Central Highlands, at 1:45 pm on Friday.

The street lacks sidewalks or designated lanes for motorbikes, and its narrow design primarily caters to tourists visiting the nearby tourist site.

Netizens have voiced outrage over the women's actions, citing disruptions to traffic flow and potential risks of accidents.

However, according to the management board of the Tuyen Lam Lake national tourist site, the incident did not result in any serious consequences.

To deter similar incidents, the management board plans to increase patrols in the area.

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Thanh Ha - M.V. / Tuoi Tre News

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