Man climbs on top of British Airways plane in protest

A paralympic medalist, James Brown, climbed on top of a British Airways plane at London City Airport as part of ongoing Extinction Rebellion protests. Mr Brown, who is visually impaired, filmed himself through a live stream as he clung to the fuselage. Firefighters eventually removed him after an hour of being on top of the plane and he was subsequently arrested. Another man refused to sit in his seat in another form of Extinction Rebellion protests, with the flight having to be delayed by nearly two hours. Both men had purchased tickets in order to bypass security and make it onto the flights.

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