The materials cost less than 100 hundred dollars.
Pranksters have a new weapon of choice.
Pranksters around the world have been handed the perfect tool to irritate unsuspecting motorists in the form of a pop-up zebra crossing.
While the Chaser team may be licking their lips in anticipation of playing havoc with the busy streets of the city, the pop up crossing does serve a much more worthwhile purpose.
Concerned parents in Kingston-upon-Thames came up with the idea after their local council rejected a much needed safe crossing outside their children’s school due to a ridiculous $150,000 bill.
The materials used cost less than 100 hundred dollars and can be assembled in less than a minute.
One of the parents behind the idea Yannick Read believes that although the idea is tongue-in-cheek it needs to be taken into serious consideration.
“With over 2000 children killed or seriously injured each year on our roads, parents should never have to battle to have a genuine crossing installed,” says Read.