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‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ trend prompts cinemas to ban teenagers in suits

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Minions: The Rise Of Gru due to a TikTok trend that has prompted rowdy behaviour.Large groups of young people following the #gentleminions trend, which involves dressing in smart attire while attending showings of the new animation, have been accused of disrupting other audience members by making noise and throwing objects.In some cases, videos of those participating in the viral fad have racked up millions of views on TikTok.While the majority of social posts seemingly don’t depict any disruptive behaviour, there have been complaints about some individuals yelling at the screen and throwing popcorn at each other.This has led to some cinemas enforcing dress code restrictions, with one independent cinema in Wadebridge, Cornwall, banning teenagers wearing suits from watching the film.Why Minions is crushing the box office.

pic.twitter.com/IsFSW7Tkrf— Rob Keyes (@rob_keyes) July 3, 2022Meanwhile, Guernsey’s only cinema had to cancel all further screenings of the movie, blaming “stunningly bad behaviour”, including vandalism and abuse of staff.The Cinema’s manager Daniel Phillips-Smith told the BBC: “It’s been absolutely heartbreaking.

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