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The drunken Brits started the Easter weekend with a bang

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Last night the guys in Newcastle are eating with a light takeaway night


The untwisted partygoers threw back the bumper Easter bank holiday weekend in style, going to town in their mass.

Today (April 15) many people are not working, last night in the city center crowds of drinkers with bunny ears broke in, who were going to enjoy a four-day weekend.

Bars and pubs in Leeds, Newcastle and other major cities were overcrowded, as forecasters said today temperature today will be 22 degrees heat – perfect for another night on the tiles.

Bookmakers have even reduced the odds on the fact that Easter will be the hottest in history and it should be hotter than Mallorca in Spain.

Last night the guys in Newcastle are eating with a light takeaway night

The revelers in Newcastle were happy, and one young woman entered the Easter spirit with a pair of hare ears.

A group of guys were spotted in the takeaway evening having a snack to drink alcohol to undoubtedly have a full drink on Good Friday.

Liverpool also went crazy, people in city bars acted.

Three guys shine on camera near McCooley's Irish bar in Concert Square
Three guys shine on camera near McCooley’s Irish bar in Concert Square

The city was in high spirits after Liverpool advanced to the Champions League, and there was a lot of activity in the Concert Square.

Three guys shone on camera near McCooley’s Irish bar in the square, while one cheeky couple was playing nearby.

The maximum temperature will be up to 19 degrees from today and up to 21 degrees by Thursday, with more than 20 degrees expected over the holiday weekend.

Revelers in Newcastle were filmed enjoying when one lucky guy got a kiss from two women
Revelers in Newcastle were filmed enjoying when one lucky guy got a kiss from two women

Mallorca should have only 17 degrees of heat.

In response to the sudden heat Coral lowered the odds to record temperatures from 4-1 to 5-4.

Spokesman Harry Aitkenhead said: “The sun will be shining and there is a chance that this Easter could go on the record book.”

The maximum temperature will be up to 19 degrees from today and up to 21 degrees by Thursday, with more than 20 degrees expected over the holiday weekend.
The maximum temperature will rise to 19 degrees from today and to 21 degrees by Thursday, over the weekend is expected to be more than 20 degrees

However, it is a dead end on the roads as motorists struggle to escape this Easter weekend.

Families have been warned that this could be the busiest Easter, with projected nightmare queues and warnings to travel earlier to avoid traffic.

It is projected that 27.6 million cars will hit the roads last weekend, making it the busiest days for spring drivers since 2019.

Two young ladies in Newcastle pose for a sniper on a night out
Two young ladies in Newcastle pose for a sniper on a night out

There are already reports of 27-mile queues on one section of the M25, and at train stations it looks very busy.

Travelers are advised to plan and travel in advance either on the Thursday before the Easter breaks or early on Saturday to avoid worse traffic.

Good Friday is set to be a busy period for those on the road, and 4.62 million trips are reportedly planned for the busy holiday season.

A couple in Liverpool are kissing last night
A couple in Liverpool are kissing last night

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The worst places for traffic jams will be the M6 ​​to the north between interchanges 26 and 36.

It’s like the M25 clockwise from junction 8 to junction 16 and the A303 near Stonehenge.

Traveling to the busiest part of spring would be bad enough if not for high fuel prices, which means drivers are spending £ 20 more on pumps than last Easter.

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