‘Silly Walk’ Parade on April Fool’s Day in Budapest
Hundreds of Hungarians marched towards Central Budapest in a silly walk parade on Monday, copying a traditional move from British comedy television sketch to mark April Fool’s day.
The March was organized by Benedek Petrok, 27-years-old education assistant, who said that the event provided an opportunity for people to forget about their daily problems and come to the streets to enjoy.
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