I’ve seen a lot of pedestrian crossings over the years. From the Walk, Don’t Walk of the United States, the Belisha beacons of the UK and the Ampelmännchen of former Eastern Germany.
But only one has ever made me LOL, as they say.
I don’t know if this type of crossing occurs elsewhere in Chile. I only saw it in Santiago’s main square, the Plaza de Armas.
Unfortunately, still images really don’t do it justice. So make sure to check out the video below. (The real fun starts with about 9 seconds to go.)
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