The two activists entered the Madame Tussauds museum unmolested wearing black sweatshirts, which they then removed to reveal white t-shirts emblazoned with their organization’s logo.
After destroying two priceless works of art with tomato soup and mash, Just Stop Oil environmental activists today went on a protest of a different kind.
Two young men entered the Madame Tussauds museum in London and arrived in front of the new wax figures of Charles, Camilla, William and Kate – that is, the royal couple and the heir to the throne.
There, 20-year-old Eilidh McFadden from Glasgow and 29-year-old Tom Johnson threw chocolate cake at King Charles’ “face” in a move reminiscent of funny movie moments, shouting “it’s time for action”.
BREAKING: Just Stop Oil activists have thrown custard pies into the face of King Charles’s waxwork at London’s Madame Tussauds. More follows… pic.twitter.com/xqE7NkZhH6
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According to the Daily Mail, the two activists entered the museum undisturbed wearing black sweatshirts which they then removed to reveal white t-shirts with the emblem of their organization.
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