Traffic on Abbey Road has been a nightmare for 50 years and everyone knows who’s accountable.
Not a day goes previous with out legions of Beatles followers making an attempt their utmost to recreate the well-known album cowl at the world’s best-known pedestrian crossing.
But it seems the Metropolitan Police have found the right time to beat the crowds.
Four officers have been caught strolling like John, Paul, Ringo and George at the ungodly hour of two.30am on Saturday.
Another copper was seen in the course of the highway orchestrating the quartet with their digital camera in hand.
What they presumably hadn’t realised is that there’s a 24-hour movement digital camera fastened on the crossing.
The man, who wished to remain nameless, informed Metro.co.uk that he usually watches the Abbey Road stream as a fox comes out at the identical time each night time, and it helps him get to sleep.
He stated he noticed two or three police vans arrive and park out of view of the digital camera.
Minutes later he claims he watched as round 5 officers in hi-vis jackets assemble their toes into the enduring place.
He stated: ‘Do their superiors know they’re out, losing time pretending to be the Beatles, fairly than taking care of London?’
A Met Police spokesperson urged the officers may have been off responsibility at the time.
They stated: ‘We anticipate our officers to behave professionally at all occasions.
‘Since we can’t determine the officers from the picture, it’s attainable they might have been on a break or off responsibility at the time.’