& # 39; I work in the melting of renewable energy! & # 39 ;: Moment furious engineer blast demonstrators in London

& # 39; I am working in the melting of renewable energy! & # 39 ;: Moment freaking engineer held his motorcycle up due to climate change. Mob rays at protesters & # 39; how can I save the world if I can't get work done? & # 39;

  • Irate scooter driver shot at activists who closed Vauxhall Bridge in London
  • The engineer smoked: & # 39; How can I save the world if I can't get f *** and work? & # 39;
  • Climate activists continue to take over streets and cause misery for commuters

A furious motorist was prevented this morning from achieving his job as a sustainable energy engineer by climate protesters.

The furious scooter driver has shot at a group of eco-warriors who blocked the Vauxhall bridge in London with a human barrier during rush hour.

He smoked: & # 39; I am an engineer, I work in the melting of renewable energy. How can I save the world if I can't go for it? & # 39;

A furious scooter driver blasts a group of eco-warriors blocking Vauxhall Bridge in London with a human barrier during rush hour

A furious scooter driver blasts a group of eco-warriors blocking Vauxhall Bridge in London with a human barrier during rush hour

Activists caused a traffic jam that led drivers to weather for 45 minutes.

Tensions erupted when drivers and motorcyclists came face to face with campaigners on the bridge.

A demonstrator was even beaten by a passerby in the coffin while trying to give him a folder.

He smoked: & # 39; I am an engineer, I work in the melting of renewable energy. How can I save the world if I can't go for it? & # 39;

He smoked: & # 39; I am an engineer, I work in the melting of renewable energy. How can I save the world if I can't go for it? & # 39;

He smoked: & # 39; I am an engineer, I work in the melting of renewable energy. How can I save the world if I can't go for it? & # 39;

The skirmishes come as Extinction Rebellion activists continue to take over the streets of London and cause misery for commuters.

Officers were knocked down today by their own commander after being filmed rattling and skateboarding with the demonstrators, and one at Waterloo Bridge told bystanders that he believed the disruption could last until next Friday.

Elsewhere, police were mocked at Waterloo Bridge and sleeping in a car on a protest campground, while politicians criticized Scotland Yard's response to activists blocking four major routes.

Commissioner Cressida Dick, who has not yet made a public statement about the protests, said more than 1,000 officers patrol daily this week.

Activists caused a traffic jam that led drivers to weather for 45 minutes

Activists caused a traffic jam that led drivers to weather for 45 minutes

Activists caused a traffic jam that led drivers to weather for 45 minutes

But a group of them could be seen dancing with protesters at Oxford Circus who chanted & # 39; we love you & # 39 ;.

While anger grows amid threats that the disruption could affect the Easter holidays at Heathrow Airport, Interior Minister Sajid Javid said he wanted the police to use the & full force of the law & # 39; against protesters who act illegally.

But Mayor Sadiq Khan suggested that police cutbacks limited the Met & # 39; s possibilities, while former Commissioner Lord Stevens said: & You must clean up the streets … you must use police resources. Enough is enough. & # 39;

Today the protesters turned their attention to Vauxhall Bridge – after they had already taken over Waterloo Bridge, Oxford Circus, Parliament Square and Marble Arch.

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