Awani Review

Complete News World

Environmentalists tore down statue of King Charles III at Madame Tussauds

Environmentalists tore down statue of King Charles III at Madame Tussauds

The Just Stop Oil group has taken several actions in recent weeks to demand a halt to oil and gas exploration.

Written article

Posted

Update

Study Time: 1 minute.

A wax figure, after a painting by Van Gogh. Environmentalists from the Just Stop Oil (Stop Oil) group walked into a wax figure of King Charles III at Madame Tussauds in London on Monday (October 24).

Two members of the ticket-buying group smashed a chocolate cake in the face of the statue of the ardent protector of the environment. One of the campaigners echoed the words of a speech by Prince Charles of Wales in late 2019, pointing to young people from his grandchildren’s generation. “Immediate actions are needed, not mere words”.

“The science is clear. The demand is clear: Stop new oil and gas projects. That’s a piece of cake.”Two activists, 20-year-old Elith McFadden and 29-year-old Tom Johnson, said. Contacted by AFP, the museum did not immediately respond.

The Just Stop Oil group began daily actions and blockades in London in early October, where they threw soup on board. sunflower by Van Gogh (protected by glass) Spray paint at the National Gallery, or at an Aston Martin dealership.

See also  Coral reefs again in the Great Barrier Reef

For their part, past generations of environmental group activists threw Sunday mashed potatoes Millstones Monet in a museum in Potsdam, Germany.