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Police say the 21-year-old was running into the street at the Miller Street/Shude Hill junction in Manchester city centre when the lights turned red to show off his circus skills. Google/ Wiki Commons The man was juggling at a busy junction near Shude Hill. A joker was given a telling off by police after being caught JUGGLING in the middle of a busy city centre street. Each time the lights changed to red, the 21-year-old man would run into the road and start showing off his circus performer skills – even sticking his hand out afterwards for tips. Inspector Phil Spurgeon of GMP City Centre said he was spotted just before midday on the Miller Street/Shude Hill junction . 11am complaint about man juggling in Miller St road junction when lights on red. Although it takes some balls to do that, we've moved him on
— GMP City Centre (@GMPCityCentre) January 27, 2016. Ins Spurgeon said: “He would run into the middle of the road when the lights turned to red and take his hat off infront of him. “He’d move out of the way when the lights went green and hold his hand out waiting for people to give him money. “We sent a PCSO over to tell him to stop clowning around and he was moved on.” GMP City Centre tweeted: “11am complaint about man juggling in Miller St road junction when lights on red. Although it takes some balls to do that, we’ve moved him on.”

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