A conductor of a coal train has protested green activists at the top of his train in a hilarious live video of Facebook.
The driver lost his temper after trapping a Facebook audience with one of the coal mining activists who gave a speech about the dangers of the coal mining industry.
"Get out of my damn madness," the angry driver shouted.
The activist Micah Weekes ended his speech while he was locked in the upper part of the coal train in Newcastle
A driver of a coal train swore blindly to the green activists who were organizing a protest over their locomotive
"You're in a live broadcast partner," responded activist Micah Weekes.
The driver was not ready. "I do not give a damn where I am," he shouted.
The train driver then turned his attention to an off-plan activist who had stopped in the path of one of his moving trains.
I should have run [him] above. Where are your damned brains? he said, pointing to the activist.
The activist Micah Weekes ended his speech while he was locked in the upper part of the coal train in Newcastle.
Former coal miner over 10 years old, Mr. Weekes was talking about the negative impact that the coal mining industry can have on people's health.
& # 39; It's my turn to make a stop. It's my turn as one of the coal workers to get up here and stop these trains, "he said in the live video.
You do not have to work in the industry to get sick of this. My children will get sick. It is already happening. People in my community have recurrent diseases, respiratory problems, cancer and tumors. "
Mr. Micah Weekes (pictured) protested against the negative impact that the coal mining industry can have on the health of people
Mr. Weekes climbed to the top of a train at 6 a. M. Thursday morning to stop all trains in the direction of the largest coal port in the world in Newcastle.
The activist was later arrested and taken into police custody. He was released four hours later.
The occupation of coal trains is part of the broader protest against coal mining Act Act Up: Newcastle, which will be held from 12 to 16 September and is organized by Frontline Action on Coal.