A climate change activist glued her breasts to the street in front of London's Goldman Sachs on Fleet Street.
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Climate change activists across London have been protesting going on two weeks, but one woman took her protest to the next level and glued her breasts to Fleet Street outside of Goldman Sachs.
The Sun reported that the woman — who was protesting with Extinction Rebellion — glued her top half to the road outside the global investment company Goldman Sachs.
Police arrived on the scene and surrounded the woman, removing her from the ground at one point. They erected screens to protect her modesty. Officers eventually led her away from the street.
The BBC reported that Extinction Rebellion's climate change protests have resulted in nearly 1,100 arrests.
The unnamed woman wasn't the only one gluing herself to curious places — authorities escorted seven people who'd glued themselves to one another and to a wall at the London Stock Exchange.
The protesters were wearing signs that complained of "climate emergency" and more.
One protester told the outlet that the demonstrators chose the London Stock Exchange because people inside are "making millions, even billions, of pounds out of trading ecological destruction."
In a statement, Extinction Rebellion said, "We will leave the physical locations but a space for truth-telling has been opened up in the world. We know we have disrupted your lives. We do not do this lightly. We only do this because this is an emergency."
You can read more about the protests here.