A heroine attending the Chelsea Flower Show took it upon herself to hose down three Just Stop Oil protesters who intended to smear orange paint on a sustainable garden.
Around 9 a.m., the three women crossed the rope barrier at the RBC Brewin Dolphin and walked into the middle of the Paul Hervey-Brookes-designed sustainable garden, before dumping the contents of several packets of orange powder paint onto the flowers. and the harsh landscape. .
One of them said ‘What good is a garden if you can’t eat?’ as the crowd screamed and labeled them “assholes” before a woman was filmed pouring water on an activist’s head to cheers from the crowd.
The three rioters were then confronted by security personnel and dragged away by police, who later confirmed that the three had been arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief.
It’s the latest stunt eco-fans have inflicted on London this morning after three slow marches through Haymarket, Knightsbridge and Regent Street.
A woman at the Chelsea Flower Show took matters into her own hands when three Just Stop Oil activists invaded a sustainable garden.
The woman was heard yelling ‘What good is a garden if you can’t eat?’ before they get soaked
Three were arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief
The Metropolitan Police Events Twitter account tweeted: ‘Officers responded to an incident at the #ChelseaFlowerShow this morning.
‘Three people were arrested at the scene on suspicion of criminal mischief in connection with a #JSO protest. Investigations are ongoing.
Elsewhere today, bumbling police officers were filmed appearing to mistake a group of innocent park joggers for Just stop the oil members ‘because they wore orange’, while the royal eco-cult caused carnage.
In a short video, an embarrassed police officer is filmed looking timid as he sneaks away from a group of three confused joggers dressed in orange shirts.
When asked by the person filming the scene why he and his colleagues went into action and if he thought they were activists, the officer replies, “Anything orange, but I’m sure if you were sensible at Just Stop Oil you would.” I don’t wear orange.
Meanwhile, in the city, angry motorists rowed and pleaded with the pious activists, begging them to clear the road and allow them to go to work.
In a brief clip from the scene, a worker approaches the group’s illegal barricade and demands that they “take the camera out of his face” and “get out of the fucking road.”
In another, an elderly woman was filmed single-handedly trying to block a van, which was getting closer and closer to her.
Sensing that her fellow activist was in danger, another woman was seen approaching the van to ‘de-escalate’ the situation.
Officers appeared to question a group of park runners today thinking they were Just Stop Oil
An officer was later filmed looking embarrassed and blaming his orange shirts.
Just Stop Oil has embarked on another slow march in central London that has angered motorists
A lone activist tries to block a van while her colleague talks to the irate driver
A worker can be seen cursing and approaching the activists at today’s protest.
Large protests took place today in Haymarket, Knightsbridge and Regent Street
It is not the first time this week that tensions between travelers and the group have reached a critical point.
On Tuesday, an angry worker took matters into his own hands by trying to run activists off the road as they slowly marched through central London during the morning rush hour.
Around 45 protesters in three groups slowly marched across Blackfriars Bridge, London Bridge and Tower Bridge on Tuesday.
A man stopped in traffic became so frustrated that he pushed a protester to the ground and ripped banners from the activists’ hands as they crossed Blackfriars Bridge.
In the tense moment caught on camera, a waste management van can be heard continuously honking its horn as the chaos unfolds.
Two policemen, who are escorting the group, intervene and struggle with the member of the public, who is handcuffed against the side of the van.
During the struggle, the officer says, ‘You’re fucking assaulting people.’
Police went on to confirm that they temporarily detained but did not arrest the man.
Police struggle with a commuter on Tuesday after they saw him trying to run Just Stop Oil activists off the road.
Tuesday’s protest descended into chaos when an angry traveler took matters into his own hands, and police pounced on him and detained him.