Train Station Shut Due to T-Mobile Ad Recreation

Life imitating art created a major disruption for commuters in London Friday night.

Some 12,000 Facebook members showed up at the city’s Liverpool Street train station and started dancing in a recreation of a T-Mobile TV commercial that’s part of the carrier’s current marketing campaign.

The dancers, who showed up at the station after responding to a flash mob invite, ended up getting the station shut down for overcrowding, according to Cellular-news.

According to the article, the TV ad, which features a few hundred commuters suddenly breaking out in dance in the station’s main concourse, was itself “the result of a flash-mob style event.”

Check out the original ad in the video below.