A pair of British police officers were blown up by their bosses on Thursday for "unacceptable behavior" after being caught in the video by a crowd of climate activists who were grumbling traffic and public transport in London this week.
Footage of Wednesday's Twitter leak showed police officers breaking out their dance moves and members of the Extinction rebellion group, "We love you!" calling out.
"I am disappointed with the video and the unacceptable behavior of the officers Jane Connors, commander of Scotland Yard, said:" We expect our officers to engage with the demonstrators, but their actions miss the tone Police action at a time when people are frustrated at demonstrators' actions.
"We will remind officers of their responsibilities and expectations in overseeing this operation ̵
PROTESTERS OF CLIMATE CHANGE BRING LONDON TO ONE STOP
Another video circulating on Twitter allegedly shows a police officer crossing over on a bridge the chalk message skates JUSTICE NOW, while others watch.
From Thursday noon in London, the busy Waterloo B will remain ridge and other city streets are closed to ongoing protests that, according to the Extinction Rebellion, are designed to persuade the UK Parliament to move forward with action to combat climate change.
On its website, the group calls on Parliament "to act now to halt the loss of biodiversity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2025," while urging them "to create and Decisions of a town hall meeting on climate and ecological justice are conducted. "
Protesters claiming to be of the group – calling themselves" rebels "- have stuck to the trains and r riots across the capital of Britain
According to the Associated Press, the Metropolitan Police has arrested more than 300 of them since Monday, and financial analysts say the protests are slowing down business in central London, an analyst told the news agency that spending there has dropped 25 percent and on Tuesday alone, $ 16 million was spent less than usual.
Some critics point Also, although they want to save the Earth, the protest protesters actually do so. They can do damage by nibbling greener public transport systems and forcing cars and buses to stall in traffic congestion – and thus the exhaust as a result their disturbances and roadblocks into the atmosphere.
More people are using public transport as well as walking and cycling to tackle this climate change – and millions of Londoners rely on the subway network to find out about their everyday lives in our city, "Tweeted London Mayor Sadiq Khan on the protests
He added that "targeting public transport in this way would only damage the cause of all of us who want to tackle climate change and endanger the security of Londoners I would ask everyone to think about it again.
Farhana Yamin, a demonstrator arrested on Tuesday, apologized to the Londoners on BBC Radio 4, but insisted that such action was warranted.
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. "I would like to apologize for public transport. At the same time, however, we need to take disruptive measures so that everyone recognizes the dangers we are facing now, "she said
" I'm not one who takes to the streets and gets arrested and arrested for no apparent reason, but I think so "People should understand that we are at a critical moment in the history of our humanity."
Lukas Mikelionis of Fox News contributed to this report.