If you've missed the memo, it's damn hot in London right now. But which Londoners are those hottest? Thanks to a series of thermal images taken with the rugged Cat® S61 smartphone, we can tell you that ...
This e-scooter commuter
The hottest commuter recorded with the camera had a surface temperature of over 40 ° C. Someone brings this girl a Calippo.
These tattoo artists
"When you sit in direct sunlight, you can feel areas of dark tattoos that heat up and feel hotter than the rest of you," explains Benny Payne of the Prick Tattoo Salon in Shoreditch. It is therefore not surprising that the highest temperatures were measured on the strongest colored body parts of these two tattoo lovers.
This poor puppy
At over 40 ° C, it's no surprise that our four-legged friends feel the heat. Fortunately, it looks like this hot dog at Hampstead Heath has found the perfect way to cool off (as well as this lot):
These tube commuters
The London Underground has basically evolved into a giant oven with a Piccadilly line at 37.7 ° C. On the northern line, it does not look much better where a woman, despite clever fan-carriers, had a surface temperature of 36 ° C. If you are afraid of going home, you will find a small palate cleaner in the form of our air-conditioned subway map.
This food courier
With a helmet and a backpack that might be filled with hot food, you really need to feel this Deliveroo Courier. Unknown customer, we hope these halloumi fries were worth it!
These Downing Street protesters
The protesters, who spoke out against Boris Johnson's new role as Prime Minister, were not deterred last night by an average of 32.8 ° C. The organizers say that hundreds of people have come to Russell Square for the rally, before an estimated 10,000 people have marched to the gates of Downing Street.
And finally, the Cabinet Office itself
Ok, so this is not a person or a pet. But another picture taken near the protest seems to show a load of hot air coming from the Cabinet Office. We could not possibly comment.
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