Customers stranded for 3 days in a pub banned by snowstorms in the UK

Customers stranded for 3 days in a pub banned by snowstorms in the UK

sÃO PAULO, SP (UOL-FOLHAPRESS) – A pub located in Yorskshire Dales, UK, has 60 customers isolated due to Blizzard Arwen, which hit the north of the area on Friday (26). In the stores, the owner offers an impromptu camp and karaoke competition to entertain customers, who are left without access to other places due to roads blocked by snow.

“We’re all going to sleep here again tonight. Nobody’s going anywhere anymore,” the manager of The Tan Hill Inn told Sky News. “Let’s make sure everyone stays safe.”

Groups of family and friends headed to the pub on Friday to watch the English band Oasis salute, when they were hit by a snowstorm that in other parts of the area killed three people.

Despite the unexpected situation, the atmosphere is calm, according to reports.

“Some still don’t want to leave. People are taking each other’s numbers and promising to come back next year and hope it snows again,” Mike Kinney, one of the partners at the site, told the Yorkshire Post.

On the second night at the bar, the “guests” collected 300 pounds (about 2,500 Brazilian reais) in cash to satisfy the bar staff, who kept working.

“The chefs were great, cooking what they could,” said the businessman. “Today they hope to bake and distribute some cakes while people play in the snow.”

Despite the friendly climate at The Tan Hill Inn, the British Met Office has put part of the country on red alert due to the dangers of heavy snowfall.

Motorways were closed, cars were covered with snow, and electricity was turned on in many locations over the weekend.

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And the meteorological services asked residents to stay away from the coast because “strong waves endanger their lives.”

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