About 25 Occupy London protesters were arrested Wednesday night after 60 of them stormed a local office building in an attempt to target a mining company CEO.
Protesters carried banners to roof the of the building once they made their way inside. Police implemented a containment procedure to keep the protesters from spreading unrest, and then moved in to detain them.
The BBC reports:
About 60 Occupy London Stock Exchange (OLSX) protesters tried to get into Panton House on Panton Street.
Riot police entered and cleared the building making 24 arrests.
Arrests were made for a variety of offences including burglary, aggravated trespass, criminal damage and assault on a police officer.
Five people have been released on bail and 19 remain in custody.
You can watch it unfold below: