Police detained two scantily clad female animal rights activists for staging an unauthorized protest near the Group of 20 summit in South Korea's capital, a police officer said Tuesday.That sounds supsiciously like the cops looking for a pretext to get two half naked women in their car. (Korean cops dream of things like this. Seriously, in Seoul you see cops dreaming all the time!)
The activists - wearing shorts and bras and painted from head to toe to resemble planet Earth - jumped out of a black van near the venue Tuesday and held signs promoting vegetarianism.
Police officers quickly threw blankets over the women and escorted them into a police vehicle. [AP via WaPo]
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Thursday, November 11, 2010
Scantily clad PETA protestors arrested at G20
Maybe I'll reconsider my codpiece protest:
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