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Class War levitate the Daily Mail

Kensington, London. Sat 21 Oct 2017



 The Class War Levitation Brigade moves on to the Daily Mail

 The Rolls-Royce wasn't theirs

 And Adam begins to cast out the demon of Paul Dacre

 

 

 and Ian Bone and Adam Clifford marvel at the levitation

 

 

 

 But the Daily Mail security are less happy

 and come to brush the levitators away

 

 I'm told I can't take pictures, but seem to be able to do so and am firmly on the public highway

 The group get shouted at

 Adam starts to repeat the ceremony

 

 And a security officer points out the crack in the pavement

 

 

 Look at that crack - will Class War be prosecuted for criminal damage caused by levitation?

 

 The levitation is over, but the team enjoy baiting security

 

 I move away as a hand comes out towards my lens

 

 

 

 Adam performs a final exorcism

 

The message on the pavement 'How You Gonna Sleep Tonight'?' But the Daily Mail lacks a conscience.


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