Taxi protest crosses fine line on Sydney CBD

Taxi protest crosses fine line on Sydney CBD

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A prote우리 카지노st on Sydney’s CBD was halted by police late last night following an incident on the northbound carriageway.

Inspector Steve Oates said police were ca양산출장샵lled after the driver, who was walking up the street, had been seen throwing trash bins into the crowd.

Mr Oates said the demonstration had been going on for nearly two hours.

“I understand an성남출장마사지d agree that the group in question was a member of the demonstration and that it had not been requested by anyone other than the driver,” he said.

He said the protest was peaceful.

“I’m not going to stop that from going on,” he said.

The group, consisting of about 25 people, gathered outside a cafe with signs saying ”no justice, no peace”.

They are demanding the state government change its laws to prevent the dumping of garbage on public lands.

Police were present for about 15 minutes before ordering the group to disperse.

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