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Social experiments are becoming more and more common in the US, but what about overseas? At least in the states I know we don’t see too much of the social side of the U.K., so this is a fascinating video to see.
Action Production decided to take to the streets of London in a social experiment called “Are Londoners Horrible,” where multiple scenarios are acted out in public to see what the common reaction is.
From a simple “please wake me up at my destination” sign, all the way to a man hitting a woman they cover a lot of bases.