People lying in the street or on rooftops and in rivers have led to worried calls to police, paramedics and firefighters. This is the work of the ’urban prankster’ Mark Jenkins. He refers to the ‘street as a stage’ where passers by become the actors. He said his aim is to get people to look up from their mobile phones for a split second and engage with the world around them.
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