Greenpeace Activists shut down Petrol Station in London

Photo | July 16, 2012

Greenpeace volunteers scale the roof and operate a life-sized super-realistic polar bear puppet during an action against Shell. The environmental group intends to close over 100 stations in London, and over a dozen in Edinburgh, by using the emergency shut-off switch, which stops petrol going to the pumps, and removing the fuse so it can’t immediately be turned back on again.07/16/2012

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