Moment Notting Hill dancers crash onto pavement after twerking on roof of bus shelter | The Sun

THIS is the sudden moment a bus shelter collapses under a group of Notting Hill dancers twerking on the roof.

Revellers can be seen smiling and dancing on top of the shelter as the festival of music, food and colour returned for the first time in three years.

Footage shows around seven carnival-goers making the most of the fun as they wave at the cheering crowd below.

Others stand by the bus stop, with one man walking directly underneath as families and friends dance to the music in the street.

But in one sudden instant, the roof of the shelter collapses, sending the dancers plummeting to the ground and almost crushing those beneath them.

Onlookers can be seen rushing to help, while the crowd gasps in shock.

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Those watching the footage online were quick to comment, with the clip sparking mixed reactions.

One person said: "I hope the girl in the blue is okay."

Another said: "I hope no one is hurt but that’s sooo funny!"

Someone else wrote: "That is not okay. Go and have fun by all means but what’s the need to stand on a bus shelter and damage it.

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"They should be made to cover the repairs."

A fourth added: "Football hooligans are far FAR worse!!! It’s naughty but it’s only them that got hurt!"

The Met Police said two people sustained minor injuries when the shelter collapsed.

The force tweeted: "We are aware of a video showing a bus shelter collapsing in the Ladbroke Grove area. Officers responded.

"Two people sustained minor injuries. They did not require further treatment."

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It comes after the carnival was scrapped for the second year in a row last year due to the Covid pandemic.

The party was back with a bang this weekend, with an estimated 1million people thought to have filled the streets with colour and music.

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