MTA mocks party for blocking a section of New York City's Fifth Ave for ...

MTA mocks party for blocking a section of New York City's Fifth Ave for a maskless photo shoot as an ambulance blares its sirens behind them In a viral video posted to TikTok on Sunday, a party is seen strutting down the middle the of Fifth Ave in Manhattan  An ambulance is seen with sirens on and a bus is slowly moving behind them   'Emergency truck just said "Congratulations, u can walk,"' the caption read  MTA responded on Monday: 'ARE YOU A BUS? (Congratulations and we wish you all the best, but please stay out of the bus lane)'  Social media users mainly thought a photo shoot was a poor reason to block traffic, and risk their safety by gathering in the middle of the road without masks 

By Leah Simpson For Dailymail.com

Published: 14:51 BST, 11 August 2020 | Updated: 14:53 BST, 11 August 2020

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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has mocked a photo shoot that took place on New York City's usually busy Fifth Avenue.

In a viral video posted to TikTok on Sunday, the party is seen strutting down the middle the of the road in Manhattan with official photographers and passersby capturing the moment on camera.

But one clip shows an ambulance, city bus, and numerous other cars slowly moving directly behind the group in the footage captioned: 'NYC weddings be like [heart eye emoji].'

'ARE YOU A BUS?' the MTA replied to a tweet on Monday. '(Congratulations and we wish you all the best, but please stay out of the bus lane).'

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In a viral video posted to TikTok on Sunday, a wedding party is seen strutting down the middle the of Fifth Ave in Manhattan

An ambulance is seen with sirens on and a bus is slowly moving behind them (left)

In a viral video posted to TikTok on Sunday, a party is seen strutting down the middle the of Fifth Ave in Manhattan. An ambulance is seen with sirens on and a bus is slowly moving behind them (pictured right)

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has mocked the wedding photo shoot and told them not to block the road

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has mocked the photo shoot and told them not to block the road

A few of the bridesmaids and groomsmen appear to be traipsing down the red tarmac with the words 'buses only' painted and one woman is seen bending down in the area to get a good angle.

The original video shared on TikTok got millions of views and it was almost as popular in a repost to Twitter.

A second clip shows the reaction of a worker inside the emergency truck,

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