Several prominent figures have had milkshakes and ice cream thrown at them during political rallies. Police asked McDonald’s and other shops near to future rallies not to sell milkshakes or ice cream while the rally is taking place.
A police spokesperson said: “This is, admittedly, for the less-intelligent activist who would not consider buying a milkshake from Burger King two streets away.”
However, more activists than normal are attending these rallies in the hope that whatever they throw will be banned.
Animal rights activists clubbed together to buy fur coats to throw at rally participants. The coats were confiscated by the police and were never seen again. Not in an evidential capacity.
Vegans threw eggs, butter and milk. But not very far.
Climate change protesters had wanted to throw cars but the logistics got the better of them. They settled for plastic items, diesel fuel and cow farts. Police accused them of igniting an already inflammable situation.
The Temperance society advocated throwing beer and spirits although not in bottles as they had nothing against the glass industry per se. They suggested making ‘beer balloons’ from plastic bags but fell foul of climate change supporters.
A tried and tested alternative, the condom, caused protests from Catholics and Pro Life groups who saw the condom as their territory.
Catholics arranged to throw birth control pills and condoms. A suggestion that they team up with the Temperance Society by filling the condoms with alcohol was rejected as they were not anti-drinking.
The Catholics also wanted to throw IEDs until the Army paid them a visit. They then collected a quantity of IUDs but discovered some men were using them as cuff links.
At that point, many went home for sex saying it was the right time of the month anyway. A later stock check found that all the condoms were missing.
The Pro Life group struggled with a range of surgical devices but settled on wire coat hangers and knitting needles which upset the Women’s Knitting Federation and Top Shop.
Unable to acquire the real thing, Pro Choice threw photographs of Donald Trump, badly-made toupees and cut-outs of several American states.
CND was unable to acquire a bomb and did not attend any rallies.
Councils have asked police not to ban the sale of any items in future as the cost of cleaning up the mess was more than the cost of dry cleaning a suit.
What’s your favourite protest group and what would they like to ban?
Who would you most like to throw a beer-filled condom at?
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