UK Television Network 'Gold' creates a one-of-a-kind scenario in a busy London Train Station, bringing laughter and amusement to onlookers.

Commuters in Victoria Station, one of London’s busiest train depots, had their curiosity peaked this past month during their normal routines. Positioned in the middle of the station, a giant book titled ‘Five Go to Rehab’ sat awkwardly, leaving passerby’s puzzled and confused. While most avoided the book completely, some decided to investigate the reasoning behind why this ridiculously oversized book sat in the middle of their station square.

Upon closer investigation, onlookers realized that actual people were standing in the cover, blending in with their surroundings. When a substantially large crowd gathered in front of the book, the painting came to life, and the characters stepped out from the cover to play music, entertain, and mingle with happily amused spectators.

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