Mystery zebra crossing laid and removed in Colmore Row blunder
A zebra crossing mysteriously appeared on a Birmingham city centre street before being removed a day later leaving passers-by shrugging their shoulders in bewilderment.
Now, it turns out that the developer of the former Natwest Tower site on Colmore Row was behind the blunder.
Council transport chiefs were baffled by the appearance of the strange unauthorised crossing and immediately sent out staff to start breaking it up and remove it.
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The crossing was far from constructed to legal standards lacking the flashing beacon lights,... read more
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