GB Female Beach Volleyballers in Bikinis Stop Traffic in London
In an unprecedented event , Great Britain's female beach volleyball team with their bikini tops and briefs stopped traffic in different places in London on Thursday morning to promote Transport for London (TfL) campaign "'Get Ahead of the games" , its purpose is to make Olympic travel easier and allow road users to see how the areas where they live according to London 24.
The GB female beach volleyball team - includes Lucy Boulton, Denise Johns, Zara Dampney and Shauna Mullin - that will represent the country at the Olympic Games , set up their net in various parts of the city , as they invaded London's Parliament Square next to Parliament and Big Ben then the London Eye.
"TfL is doing everything we can to make sure people are aware of, and can comply with, the changes that will be made to London’s roads during the Games." said Garrett Emmerson, TfL Chief Operating Officer for Surface Transport.
He added “Roads in central London and around venues will be exceptionally busy during the Games.
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