|I love the dude in the suit with no shoes.|
A New Jersey community is going back in time to get people’s attention about pedestrian safety.
After a series of accidents where walkers were hit by cars, police in Wycoff are starting a safety campaign, and to help get the point across, members of the police department assigned to crosswalk detail reenacted the Beatles iconic crossing for the cover of “Abbey Road.”
A couple things you may notice in the picture to make things “authentic:” There’s a man in the background in kilt and with bagpipes. That’s Wyckoff’s Township Administrator.
And a local car dealer even supplied a Volkswagen Beetle to represent the one in the original August 1969 photo. The Cliffview Pilot tells how police hope their use of humor in this case increases safety.
That is great kudos to the police. We have a jay walking problem in Colorado.
Love It! one question? why is the guy in the suit barefoot!
Thanks for your comment! I assume it’s because in the original photo of the Beatles crossing Abbey Road in 1969, Paul McCartney was barefoot.