London: Environmental activists vandalises King Charles III’s wax replica at Madame Tussauds

The members of the Just Stop Oil organisation vandalised King Charles III’s wax replica at London’s renowned Madame Tussauds museum on Monday.

This is the most recent in a string of protests that have called for a stop to oil as well as gas drilling since the beginning of the month.

According to a statement from Just Stop Oil, two of the group’s ticket-purchased members hit the wax statue of the monarch with a chocolate cake.

During the event, one of the protesters echoed Charles, the then-Prince of Wales, underlining that the young people of his grandchildren’s generation “expect urgent action, not just words.” Charles, who is currently king, has a long history of supporting environmental and conservationist issues.

Along with this, Just Stop Oil said in a tweet that they are doing these activities in advance of COP27 since King Charles III apparently decided not to attend the climate conference where he was scheduled to give a speech. On the recommendation of former prime minister Liz Truss, the decision was made not to attend.

“Science supports this. Stopping brand-new oil and gas projects is a clear desire. It’s simple as pie, “campaigners Tom Johnson, 29, and Eilidh McFadden, 20, stated in a statement.

Beginning in early October, the Just Stop Oil organisation organised a number of daily protests and blockades in London, including the pouring of soup on Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” at the National Gallery and the painting of an Aston Martin shop.

Last Generation environmentalists tossed mashed potatoes at Monet’s “Les Meules” on Sunday in a museum in Potsdam, Germany.

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