Dispersal order was in place on Oxford street after social trend strikes fear for retail businesses
Retail Week reported that Oxford street, one of the country’s most popular shopping destinations has been subject to a police dispersal order. This came after concerns regarding ‘TikTok crime-spree’ fears.
The dispersal order came in place on Thursday August 9th until 7am Friday morning. A TikTok craze is believed to be at the heart of the chaos that happened in London with shoppers being forced to leave stores as unwarranted behaviour occurred. The social trend has apparently been calling for looting and riots.
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