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Woman shares video after stopping car to move bins out of road before people ran at her from alley

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Woman shares warning video with other drivers after stopping car to move bins blocking London road at 2am…

  • Izzy Boyle, 22, drove into the early hours in Peckham, South London
  • She came over to the wheelie bins blocking the road when you got out of her car
  • After she got out of the car, she saw a group of people in an alleyway
  • On TikTok, Izzy warned drivers about the tactic of getting people out of their cars










A young woman has taken to social media to share her terrifying experience after stopping her car to take two wheelie bins off the road, only to have “people running up to her from an alleyway.”

The incident took place in the early hours of Peckham, south London, in what she described as a “tactic of getting people out of their cars for god knows what reason”.

Izzy Boyle, 22, posted the warning video to TikTok explaining how she got out of her vehicle to clear the roadblock. The sun reports.

The footage shows a blue trash can blocking the road as she brings her car to a stop.

In the video, Izzy said: “I was driving through Peckham at about 2am last night and I think everyone should be aware of this, especially women.

“I ran into there was an island in the middle of the road and there was a bin on either side of it so no cars could go through either lane.

She added: “I thought this was just a joke, so I got out to move the bin. As soon as I got out I heard a rustle and I looked around and people came from a side street.

“I jump back in my car and I thought oh my god this is basically a tactic to get people out of their cars for god knows what reason, but whatever it is, it’s not a good reason.”

Izzy concluded, “I just want everyone to know if you see a trash can on the road or whatever, turn around, push your car against it and don’t get out.”

The disturbing video has garnered a lot of attention online, especially among female viewers.

Commenting on the clip, one woman said, “Adding this to the list of things to be afraid of being a woman. I’m sick of it.’

Another added: ‘Was in Croydon and this happened. Drove through it. Thanks for letting people know.’

A third said sarcastically, “It’s okay because we can always swing a bus down.”

Izzy Boyle was driving through Peckham in the early hours when she encountered two trash cans blocking the road ahead

The young woman got out of her veichle to move the blue bin (pictured) before seeing a group of 'people running towards her from an alleyway'

The young woman got out of her veichle to move the blue bin (pictured) before seeing a group of ‘people running towards her from an alleyway’

Izzy posted a warning video on TikTok suggesting the blockade was a tactic to get people out of their vehicles for 'god knows what reason'

Izzy posted a warning video on TikTok suggesting the blockade was a tactic to get people out of their vehicles for ‘god knows what reason’

The video has been viewed nearly 60,000 times and the comments are flooded with women concerned for their safety in the capital

The video has been viewed nearly 60,000 times and the comments are flooded with women concerned for their safety in the capital

The video, which has been viewed nearly 60,000 times, comes a week after Metropolitan Police officer Wayne Couzens, 48, was sentenced to life in prison for the kidnapping, rape and murder of Sarah Everard, 33.

The high-profile case has plunged the Met into crisis as women across the country fear for their safety.

A second official from the Parliamentary Protection Unit appeared in court today on charges of rape.

PC David Carrick, 46, has been suspended from the Met following allegations that he raped a woman he met on the Tinder dating app.

Carrick emphatically denies the rape allegation.

Met chief Cressida Dick said: “I am deeply concerned to hear the news today that an officer of the Met Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command has been arrested and is now being charged with this serious offence.”

“I fully recognize that the public will also be very concerned.”

She added: “The criminal proceedings must now run their course, so I cannot comment further at this stage.”

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