Protesters dyed bright red the water of two fountains in London's Trafalgar Square in a protest on Saturday against the farming of animals.
A few dozen activists from the Animal Rebellion group held placards aloft as dye was poured into the fountain's basins.
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"We are here today to demand that the government prevent future pandemics by ending animal farming and transitioning to a plant-based food system," the group said in a statement, adding red symbolized "blood that is on the hands of the UK government."
Police later said two people had been arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage.Artikel Asli