If you’ve braved the icy conditions outside today, you’ll know how treacherous it can be.
You’re practically risking your life every time you walk down a pavement.
And if you do fall over, there’s always the chance someone was there to witness your moment of embarrassment.
Enter Harry Charles.
He’s spent his whole morning today filming hapless walkers navigate the icy path under his flat window.
The singer is heard laughing as films not one, not two, but 21 people stack it on the ice.
While Harry might enjoy seeing you slip on the ice, Metro.co.uk does not, so take a look at our walking tips for this dangerous weather.
We’re set to get even heavier snowfall over the next few days, with the Met Office upgrading weather warnings to the highest red alert level for extreme snow.
This means there’s a significant chance of danger to life, so motorists are advised to avoid driving if possible.
But that also means walkers and pedestrians should take special care to stay safe.
Earlier today, a man died while trying to rescue his dog from a frozen lake.
The unnamed man, believed to be in his 60s, was pulled from the water at Danson Park in Welling, south east London.
He was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead, the Met Police said.
Meanwhile, a young boy had a lucky escape when he was rescued from a frozen lake in Essex on Wednesday afternoon.