Residents of the neighborhood Flogsta in Stockholm launched a bizarre trend, which dates back to the 70s of the 20th century
If you are in Sweden, specifically in one city district in Stockholm about 22 hours and choose to Prodere you'd be surprised what the reaction
Sweden is still special, and neighborhood residents Flogsta in Stockholm launched a bizarre trend, which dates back to the 70s of the 20th century. Since then, every night someone opened the window, and screamed so start mass vištanje around the neighborhood. No hard words, no police.
The trend has spread the rest of Sweden, and now residents of other Swedish cities know what they should do when they hear a scream in 22 hours, news.com.au reports
This unusual custom made one young man who lives in Stockholm, and the recording became viral on redit though it was recorded early last year.
The American people have commented on the footage redit and found that if a similar happened in their cities, people would react completely differently. Or would scream at you for not so nice way, or perhaps even fired at you.
There are two theories as to how did this unusual tradition. One says that it was a way to help students, who mostly live in the neighborhood Flogsta, resolve stress before exams. Another says it's honoring of one student who killed himself.
Every evening, at five minutes, Flogsta sounds eerily, and residents themselves say that the best atmosphere for a weekend at the same time.