TikTok famous Rickmansworth alleyway now 'bringing trouble' – Watford Observer

Neighbours have said a TikTok famous alleyway is now “bringing trouble” as it continues to attract viewers.
TikTok sensation ALLEYWAY KING has built a massive audience by live streaming the comings and goings between Rickmansworth High Street and Northway, near Boots.
The live stream has also attracted people to come down to star in the show with fun occurrences such as a Punch and Judy act.
However, it is also bringing “disappointing” activity too.
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Neighbours and two businesses adjacent to the alley, Boots and Caffe Nero, are reportedly unhappy following mess and prank calls.
One local said: “Most people are aware of this stream now and it’s bringing trouble.
Watford Observer: Bins strewn across the alleyBins strewn across the alley (Image: ALLEYWAY KING/TikTok)
“Someone has moved all the bins into the path, and nobody can have access to the alleyway.
“Neighbours have had enough. Everyday something is trashed.”
They added that school children gather in the alley every day, and one even threw eggs at a window.
Watford Observer: Man in poppy suit acts our being resuscitated in the alleyMan in poppy suit acts our being resuscitated in the alley (Image: ALLEYWAY KING/TikTok)
Watford Observer: conehead in the alleyconehead in the alley (Image: ALLEYWAY KING/TikTok)
Watford Observer: Punch and Judy show in the alleyPunch and Judy show in the alley (Image: ALLEYWAY KING/ TikTok)
Watford Observer: Creepy clown in the alleyCreepy clown in the alley (Image: ALLEYWAY King/TikTok)
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