It’s the International Silly Walks Day, and Monty Python fans mark the day with, er, well, silly walks, in the streets of Brno, Czech Republic.
The Sixth International Silly Walks Day, an annual event that takes place on 7 January, set a new record this year, Monty Python reports.
Over 250 people joined the march in Brno, Czech Republic, organised by Adam Jandora, Deputy of the Left Leg Department of the Ministry of Silly Walks; and Dan Masek, Secretary of the Government Committee for the National Silly Walk Integration.
The city officials dedicated the day to all those people and organisations that help individuals suffering from mental diseases.
The event kicked off with Hrannar Jónsson, Head of the Icelandic Mental Health Alliance, silly walking across the crossing followed by many locals, and the whole event was given the blessing of the President of Iceland.
See the video, courtesy of Monty Python:
And the photos, as tweeted by AFP:
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