London, UK. The tennis tournament of Wimbledon was called of yesterday after three thousand tennis fans assaulted each other outside the South London stadium. Sixtyfour people were taken to hospital after a massive row in the Wimbledon Queue yesterday afternoon. Wimbledon park was left a mess. It was hard to say what was blood and what were squashed strawberries.
"I thought it would be a good idea to give them some music," admitted Adrian Southport, resident of the Wimbledon area. Through the open windows of his lovely apartment the retail consultant saw people queuing in the blistering heat for days, many of them having to return home without having seen any matches.
"They played Michael Jackson on the radio, and I wanted to share it with them," Adrian admits. He placed his speakers towards the park outside his window, and let the whole neighborhood enjoy the sweet sounds of Liberian Girl.
At first, the Queue reacted positive. "We were glad there was some distraction," tennisfan Barry Rockmore said. "We had a bit of a discussion you know, about what a liberian girl is. A girl from Liberia, or a girl that works in the library." The sales rep from Hull travelled for eight hours to stand in The Queue with his young wife Jordy. "The next song was Bad," she adds, still visibly shaken. "And that's when it happened."
At the chorus of Bad, people started moonwalking. Adrian recalls: "It looked very pretty. They just al moved like Michael, it brought tears to my eyes." Queuers moonwalked for meters, but when they tried to find their place in the Queue they found others had taken their spot. "Some people had actually moonwalked to the front of the Queue," Barry says. "It was disgusting." Since no one knew where to Queue anymore, tennis fans started attacking each other, pushing their way to the front. Within minutes Adrian saw Wimbledon park turned into a massive battlefield. He then closed his windows and took a bath