Bagatelle, this is not called a flashmob!
The recent flashmob held by the Bagatelle on the 17th December 2011 was one of the largest flops in the history of flash mob. Why, because the organizers failed to understand the pure definition of words “flash mob” itself.
A flash mob (or flashmob) is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and sometimes seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and/or artistic expression
Instead of giving the “surprise” effect, the organisers had advertised this flashmob on the media since several days already. And the end result was not extraordinary either.
That’s where we see how management prioritizes their work.
Instead of putting more emphasis on security in their parking area (read my post), they are making fun of themselves by trying to bring something new in the Mauritian life : Long-planned and announced flashmobs.
And you guess what? In their video, they even gave a rendez vous for the next flashmob which was held on the 23rd December 2011.
Merry xmas to all of you 🙂