Residents who live near Grenfell Tower in London have expressed heartbreak and outrage after spotting visitors taking selfies at the site of last week’s deadly fire.  Signs have been erected near the site pleading with visitors to “stop taking pictures please” and “stop taking selfies.” “Not a tourist attraction,” other signs proclaim. It’s not clear who created the

signs or when they were first posted. The signs also don’t appear to be created by the same person. Natasha Gordon, a London resident who said her family and friends lived in the tower, said she has seen visitors take photos in front of the tower’s charred remains. “There have been loads [of people],” she told CNN. “People taking this as a party, disrespectfully coming to take photos without even so much as leaving flowers or a card.”  READ MORE