Five demonstrators are gluing themselves on the road during a demonstration against Adani

Five demonstrators, including a 73-year-old man, are gluing themselves on the road during a demonstration against the mine of Adani, while activists warn that the marches will continue

  • Five demonstrators glued themselves to a street in South Brisbane on Friday
  • They are part of a crowd of more than 700 people protesting against the Adani coal mine
  • The group stopped for a while while they marched across the Victoria Street Bridge
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Five protesters got stuck to a street in South Brisbane on Friday night as part of a demonstration against the recent approval of the Adani coal mine by the Queensland government.

One woman and six men, including a 73-year-old, were detained by the police for violating peace during the protest, but they were released without charge.

One of the protesters who glued himself to Russell Street, Daniel Heggie, said The Courier Mail there will be more protests in the near future.

& # 39; I did this because we have had an environmental movement for years and all the regular channels that we have chosen have not worked & said, "Heggie said.

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Three protesters clung to a street in South Brisbane on Friday night as part of a demonstration against the recent approval by the Queensland government of the Adani coal mine

Three protesters clung to a street in South Brisbane on Friday night as part of a demonstration against the recent approval by the Queensland government of the Adani coal mine

& # 39; I am not trying to change people's views, but show our leaders that they must lead or that more non-violent actions will take place. & # 39;

He said today's protest was the start of more protests because it will be & # 39; days and days and months until the government listens & # 39 ;.

More than 700 people gathered at Brisbane Square in the CBD around 4 p.m. and then marched across the Victoria Bridge around 6 p.m. to the ABC studios in Southbank.

It is clear that the group wanted a live cross on the 7 pm bulletin.

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Buses were disturbed when the group sat on the bridge for a short time.

Some protesters carried a sign with a & # 39; rebellion & # 39; on August 6.

The protest follows the closing of another central street in Brisbane earlier this week, when two protesters stuck to the bitumen on Tuesday.

More than 700 people gathered at Brisbane Square in the CBD around 4 p.m. and then marched across the Victoria Bridge around 6 p.m. to the ABC studios in Southbank.

More than 700 people gathered at Brisbane Square in the CBD around 4 p.m. and then marched across the Victoria Bridge around 6 p.m. to the ABC studios in Southbank.

More than 700 people gathered at Brisbane Square in the CBD around 4 p.m. and then marched across the Victoria Bridge around 6 p.m. to the ABC studios in Southbank.

A few demonstrators who stick their hands on the street
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A few demonstrators who stick their hands on the street

A few demonstrators who stick their hands on the street

A few demonstrators who stick their hands on the street

A few protesters who glued their hands to the street in South Brisbane on Friday evening

Some Protestants detained by the police during the protest

Some Protestants detained by the police during the protest

Some Protestants detained by the police during the protest

Eric Herbert (center with sisters) was reportedly protesting after sticking to a street in Brisbane earlier this week
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Eric Herbert (center with sisters) was reportedly protesting after sticking to a street in Brisbane earlier this week

Eric Herbert (center with sisters) was reportedly protesting after sticking to a street in Brisbane earlier this week

Part of the busy CBD street was closed for three hours while the couple was not being lambed.

One of those two demonstrators, Eric Herbert, was taken into custody and released on Wednesday morning following a lawsuit.

He also participated in Friday night's protest, The Courier Mail reported.

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During the hearing, he represented himself, smiling and nodding while his actions were told to the court.

He was fined $ 550 after pleading guilty of public nuisance and violating a direction.

Traffic has been disrupted due to protests in the Brisbane CDB on Friday night

Traffic has been disrupted due to protests in the Brisbane CDB on Friday night

Traffic has been disrupted due to protests in the Brisbane CDB on Friday night

Friday night protest crowd in the CBD of Brisbane

Friday night protest crowd in the CBD of Brisbane

Friday night protest crowd in the CBD of Brisbane

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