As of today, the UK has been placed into a second full, national lockdown. So for the last hurrah, people around the country headed out for one last big night out on the town and weren’t shy of getting pictured enjoying the eve of lockdown two.
The bars all closed at 10pm of course, but if you’re thinking that means people held back you’re completely wrong. The pubs were full, the pints were flowing and despite it being bitterly cold, nobody up north was wearing a coat. Classic.
Social distancing? Don’t know her sorry x
RAISE UR HANDS IF UR GOING TO WATCH COME DINE WITH ME ON LOOP FOR FOUR WEEKS
Pose game = strong
‘Hi yeah can you get a pic of us? I swear we’re from the same household’
The sign to break all hearts
Nothing to see here officer x
Choose your player, I’m the girl on the left
The trick to getting away with meeting up in groups is to plunge yourself into darkness so nobody sees
‘So mate, I was wondering if you wanted to join my Zoom quiz? 9pm on Friday, password is Boris123’
YOU’RE IN MY SOCIAL BUBBLE NOW
Is that one half of Jedward doing an interview????
The face of a man who was never going to miss one last sesh
In bed by 10? Aye aye captain Boris!!
One last shot for the gram
And ofc, one last photobomb
Tbf, their faces are basically two meters apart
The saddest sight you ever did see
Tfw you check your phone on lockdown 2.0 eve and it’s 9:55
Who invited this guy??
And here we witness one of the rarest sights: Three girls, ALL wearing coats
Me blocking out 2020 like
Time to put them TikTok moves into play for ONE LAST TIME GALS
The most civil, rule of six outing you have ever seen
Tbf, with a four week lockdown looming you may as well get the full experience and do it in a cell
When you take road signs REALLY seriously
All photos via SWNS.
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