The flash mob craze has spread around the globe and finally hit Sydney’s Central Station in May 2010. By Annette Langbehn, Bridget Ahern and Eva Schellenbeck.
What started as one simple idea in New York, flash mobs have now turned into a global social phenomenon.
Around the world, large groups of people gather spontaneously in a public places, performing dances, fighting each other with pillows or time-freezing during grocery shopping. Flash mobs are used to organise protests, or simply to have fun.