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The benefits of this risky and strenuous behavior, such as stressing and moving the hawk (Consla and Mumme 2012) or advertising the prowess of the mobber (Slagsvold 1984), apparently outweigh the costs of energy expenditure and occasional death.
Business comes from former clients, flash mobbers, TV appearances, and the company's website.
SUNDAY Actors, dancers and flash mobbers will be casting aside the chocolate eggs and answering the call of Birmingham Opera company for a mass gathering and improvised performance at Millennium Point.
It's likely potential mobbers would make a beeline for Taylor, with his ubiquitous "geeky" glasses.
MAY I add my signature to the growing list of potential angry mobbers, currently standing with David Banks and Harry Morrison (Voice of the North, August 18) wishing to dispense with those modern day abominations, the self-service tills in supermarkets?
The flash mobbers in the Lower Precinct (above), and (right) after the event.