Goose on the loose! Heartwarming moment traffic stops to let a family of geese cross busy ring road in Manchester
- Motorists stop their vehicles to allow a gaggle of geese to cross a busy ring road
- Family of birds step onto the road and slowly waddle across to the other side
- Footage was captured by student Dalal Alqallaf, 24, in Salford, Manchester
Traffic came to a standstill as motorists stopped their vehicles and allowed a gaggle of geese to cross a busy ring road.
Footage captured by student Dalal Alqallaf, 24, shows the family of birds brazenly step onto the ring road in Salford, Manchester, and slowly waddle into oncoming traffic at around 3.30pm on May 28.
Within seconds, motorists begin to stop their cars and wait for the birds to safely make their way across the dual carriageway.
Motorists stop their vehicles as the gaggle of geese step onto the busy ring road in Salford, Manchester, at around 3.30pm on May 28
In the footage, the geese make their way onto the road in an orderly line and begin to waddle across.
As the cars wait for them, one of the motorists gets out of their car to ensure the geese have safely passed their car.
Speaking about the incredible sight, Ms Alqallaf said: ‘I thought it was so cute I just had to take a video.
‘Yes, I have seen this before and they usually cross the road between 1-3pm but I have never been able to film it on my phone.
‘They always cross safely and the cars are very patient and wait for them.’
Social media users have since applauded the heartwarming scenes, with one describing the footage as ‘so quintessentially British.’
One user wrote: ‘Absolutely beautiful to watch!’
The family of geese waddle across the busy road as one motorist gets out of their car and watches them
The cars begin to make their way along the road as the family of birds make their way across
Social media users have praised the heartwarming scenes, with one describing the clip as ‘beautiful to watch’
And another commented: ‘This is so quintessentially British.’
Another person said: ‘Respect to every one of them.’
While another added: ‘Hope they got across to the other side safely.’