The Parisian street will close the Instagrammers

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Crémieux Street has become a destination for people looking for a perfect Instagram photo

A pretty paved street in Paris has become a huge hit on Instagram, with thousands of photos and "likes".

But the residents of Crémieux Street have had enough and ask the city council to limit access at certain times.

We even launched an Instagram account recording all the unwanted activities on the street.

He showed how looking for the perfect picture could become a problem, said travel blogger Kris Morton.

Residents have asked the City Council to provide a gate that can be closed during rush hour – evenings, weekends, as well as sunrise and sunset, when the light is good and attracts people looking for something. A perfect picture on Instagram.

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Residents want free time on Instagram

A resident told the radio station France Info: "We sit down to eat and just outside we have people taking pictures, rappers taking two hours to film a video just under the window, or singles parties screaming for an hour. Frankly, it's exhausting. "

Hogging Photo Points

Ms. Morton told BBC News that she had witnessed many unacceptable behaviors of Instagram users when she had visited beauty spots in Iceland, Venice and Machu Picchu, in Peru.

"Over there, I stopped and I stood in front of a vis-à-vis with my boyfriend and I pointed out examples of each Instagram cliche posing performed at the same time along the terraces", she said.

"We waited a few minutes while a woman was asking her companion to take dozens of photos in different poses, thus blocking the entire pass before I was shaken and I passed in front of the camera for pass."

But, said Ms. Morton, it's the people rather than the application who are to blame.

"Taking photos for Instagram is not a problem and if it makes people travel and see the world, it can be a very good thing," she said.

"But to interfere in private property, trap photo spots so that no one can enjoy it or take their own photo by taking for 100 different shots, or venture over safety barriers or off track for a better shot are not acceptable.

"Remote Instagram – but do it with a little courtesy and respect for the owners, visitors and the environment."