Shocking footage has been shared of rain water pouring through the roof of a Tesco supermarket in Leeds.
Rain and thunderstorms have been sweeping across the city today (Thursday) following a yellow warning from the Met Office for adverse weather across Yorkshire.
The video was taken and shared by Danny Denbigh this evening from the Tesco Superstore in Roundhay.
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In the video, which you can view above, rain water can be seen pouring through broken tiles in the roof of the store and spreading across the floor and around the shop.
In it, Mr Denbigh can be heard laughing and saying: “You can’t just put a bucket under that I’m afraid mate.”
Speaking to Leeds Live, he said: “I just nipped in for a tiger loaf, heard the dripping behind me and saw the staff rushing towards the water with buckets.
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“As the puddle got bigger the staff kept moving the barrier. They seemed a bit slack but it’s not something you train for when working for Tesco I suppose.”
He said that the store did not close when he left.
Other pictures and footage has been shared of cars struggling through the water and rain pouring down across the city.
The Met Office issued a yellow warning for the city, saying: “Heavy showers and thunderstorms on Thursday have the potential to bring surface water flooding in a few places, and disruption to travel.”
They also warn that homes and businesses could be flooded and that lightning strikes or hail could cause damage to buildings.
The Met Office has also warned that flooding could effect traffic on the roads and public transport services.
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