The Millennium Bridge (the swingingest bridge in town!) will close next month so the wobble inspectors can come in to test for any unwanted wobble (can you tell we just like the word 'wobble'?).
What's strange in the Standard's report is their claim that the inspectors will be going home at 4 in order "to avoid interrupting couples wanting to take an evening stroll on one of the capital's new 'lovers' lanes'."
Now, maybe we've got this wrong, but our understanding of the term 'lovers' lane' doesn't just involve a pleasant stroll and a bit of holding hands. So are people 'doing it' on the Millennium Bridge? Is it a case of 'If the bridge is wobbling, don't come knocking'?
We wouldn't like to be the street cleaner who gets that particular beat...eww.