Moments Just Stop Oil protesters were drenched in water by angry Londoners after another traffic stop in the capital began a slow march.
This is the moment Just Stop Oil protesters were drenched in water by a furious Londoner on a balcony during another traffic stop protest in the capital.
Eco-zealots were spotted walking down the middle of a busy street in Camden during rush hour this morning.
Desperate vans and buses can be seen swaying with their signs in the footage as they honk their horns behind them.
The protesters are then sprayed with water from a balcony above, after which the camera pans to the thrower who is seen shouting and pointing at workers below.
Enthusiasts, meanwhile, try to remain unostentatious as they hold signs emblazoned with messages such as ‘For my family’ and ‘I will not die quietly’.
Just Stop Oil protesters were drenched in water by a furious Londoner standing on a balcony this morning as they blocked more traffic in London.
Several onlookers were seen crowding around the protesters, capturing the chaos on their phones.
It comes just days after Just Stop Oil protesters proved unpopular even with children, as students were seen berating slow-marchers for being late for lessons.
Eco campaigners dressed in orange chose Stratford, East London and Ealing in West London for their predictable street clutter on Monday.
One motorist, to whom the campaigners explained their cause, seemed fairly displeased, saying: ‘I don’t give a damn, get out of the way.’
Just Stop Oil marchers took to London’s Hammersmith Road yesterday but were cleared by police just ten minutes later.
Eco-enthusiasts were seen walking in the middle of a busy street in Camden just after 8am this morning
Water was sprayed from a balcony onto the protesters, then the camera panned to the thrower, who was seen shouting and pointing at workers below.
At 8.09 am, car drivers and members of the public, fed up with the activities of the campaigners, called the police.
Officers rushed to the scene and within four minutes came to confront the revelers.
Two minutes later the force was issued a section 12 condition extending it to say the street as an arrestable offence.
By 8.19am – just ten minutes after the protest began – the campaigners had been removed and the road cleared – meaning they were able to promote their cause for just ten minutes.
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