Eco-mob are at it again: Extinction Rebellion glue themselves to an oil tanker near Hyde Park

Extinction Rebellion protesters have climbed onto a Shell oil tanker in London as the group continues with its series of ‘disruptions’ in the capital.

Activists are believed to have glue themselves onto the top of the container at a petrol station in Bayswater, near Paddington.

Police are currently attempting to remove them. 

Extinction Rebellion protesters have climbed onto a Shell oil tanker in London as the group continues with its series of ‘disruptions’ in the capital

It comes after members of the eco-mob blocked four of London’s busiest bridges on the first day of the Easter bank holiday.

Hundreds of Extinction Rebellion activists were on Waterloo, Blackfriars, Lambeth and Westminster bridges, calling for an end to new fossil fuel investments.

Demonstrators played bongos and waved banners reading ‘end fossil fuels now’ and ‘love in action’ in front of queues of traffic. 

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