Home Office UK lockdown warning video compared to ‘Black Mirror advertisement’

A HOME Office video alerting Brits not to break lockdown has actually been compared to a Black Mirror advert with audiences mocking its “aggressive” drum and bass soundtrack.

The internet countered at the Federal government’s main video which cautions individuals not to go to the bar, not to host baby showers and not to go to celebrations since “fulfilling up is prohibited”.

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The 50 2nd clip features different bits of bodycam video where polices have captured guideline breakers in current months.

Versus a backdrop of heavy drum and bass, it threatens others not to follow suit, using composed cautions in rugged text throughout.

They include: “You shouldn’t go to parties,” “You should not make your own bar,” and “You shouldn’t hold child showers”.

Another declaration checks out: “Meeting up is against the law” while a final message concludes: “Remain at house. Safeguard the NHS. Conserve Lives.”

Audiences appeared baffled by the video’s distinct design, with one writing on Twitter: “I thought this was an ad for the brand-new Black Mirror. Disappointed.”

Another stated: “It’s so aggressive and s *** with all that wobbly graffiti design writing. Maybe somebody’s 12 year old made it on their phone.”

The video’s text stands versus a dark backdrop and shakes violently on the screen in white lettering – advising some viewers of Fact UK’s 2002 anti piracy video.

Someone wrote: “I believed [it] was gon na say ‘You wouldn’t steal, you shouldn’t pirate motion pictures’,” prior to adding: “Likewise, WHO is having DnB baby showers?”

Amongst the clips included is the moment cops separated a prohibited child shower in east London before slapping organisers with ₤ 200 fines.

It likewise shows cops storming a packed secret bar nicknamed “The Covid Arms” prior to they were pelted with bottles when breaking up a prohibited bar event just hours later.

Officers from West Midlands Authorities discovered a garage workshop in Dudley Port had been turned into a bar– total with an indication on the wall– The Covid Arms.

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Simply hours later, lots of partygoers were caught running away through the rooftop on drone video footage near Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.

Some 70 partygoers were issued with ₤ 200 fines and the DJ faced a ₤ 10,000 fine.

It comes as all events are currently against the law where they include people from more than one home.

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