Meaning of flash mobbing in English:

flash mobbing


See flash mob

‘Whether traditional British reserve will wobble in the face of flash mobbing is unclear.’
  • ‘I don't think there's any place that is immune from flash mobbing.’
  • ‘Flash mobbing is fast developing into the nation's favourite hobby.’
  • ‘The Python-esque incident was thought to have been Britain's first brush with flash mobbing - a trend which started in the United States.’
  • ‘Despite the planning that goes into making a flash mob, there is something inherently anarchic about flash mobbing.’