That, and all the fights at football/soccer games.
I thought this was classic:
British Transport Police spokesman Superintendent Brian Pearce - whose colleagues helped control the huge crowds gathered for fireworks by the Thames, said: 'The nature of New Year's Eve in central London has changed. What used to be a relatively low-key, spontaneous night is now a world-class event that attracts thousands and thousands of people. |
'Such large crowds create a challenging policing environment. In the main the crowds were good humoured.'
Oh? How come New York City never has these kinds of problems and they've arguably got the biggest New Year's Eve celebration in the world?
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!" -- Isaiah 6:8