A video showing huge silver and white festive decorations getting hurt is going viral LondonTottenham Court Road narrows to avoid passing cars. One Christmas The bauble hits a lamp post before pinging off the road and crashing into a tree.
These spheres are believed to be freed from Christmas scenes by strong winds.
Motorists driving down Tottenham Court Road on Tuesday evening encountered a strange sight and were forced to slow down.
A ball’s silver lining was torn dramatically.
Elsewhere a car narrowly avoided another sphere, scraping the top of the vehicle before continuing into a sharp turn.
The stray baubles were reportedly recovered shortly after and the road cleared.
Wet and windy conditions are expected to persist as much of the country continues to feel the impact of Storm Claudio.
The French storm brought plenty of wind and rain to the UK on Tuesday and the Met Office warned of more of the same on Wednesday.
A yellow warning for rain has been issued for southern Scotland from 10am to 6pm and Northern Ireland from 8am to 3pm.
While delays in road, rail, air and boat transport are likely, short-term power outages are also likely, the Meteorological Department has warned.
Mr Armstrong added: “Most of the UK can expect strong southerly winds on Wednesday, but the warning area highlights areas with gusts of up to 65mph so there could be some travel delays.”
The miraculous incident happened the evening before thousands of visitors were expected to flock to nearby Oxford Street for the annual Christmas light switch-on.
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