Wolves stewards stop another pitch invader by goalposts and carry them away

Wolves stewards had to stop another pitch invader tying themselves to the goalposts during their clash with Leeds.

A serious of pre-planned protests have occurred at Premier League games this week. And the latest appears to have taken place at Molineux as an individual was stopped near the home side's goal during the second half.

The first incident came during Arsenal's defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday (March 16). A protestor ran onto the pitch wearing a 'Just Stop Oil' t-shirt and tried to attach themselves to the frame of the goal but failed to do so for long as they were swiftly removed.

Another supporter of the campaign group then appeared in a similar outfit the following night at Everton's Goodison Park. He successfully disrupted the match against Newcastle by using a cable tie around his neck.

It took eight minutes for stewards to cut him free before he was carried away. Explaining his actions in a video filmed beforehand, he said: "My name is Louis McKechnie, I am 21 years old, and I am a mechanical engineering student.

"I am about to disrupt a football match, and I am terrified. But I believe as many people as possible need to know what a possible future holds. Billions of people not knowing if they should stay in their homes or if they leave where they can go as countries become too hot to live in.


“Mass starvation due to crop failure is fighting in the bakery aisle at Morrisons. The cost of living crisis, Covid, and the war in Ukraine are showcasing this future. I want my government to do all they can to stop this from coming true. But they are expanding oil and gas, making things worse, increasing the risk.

“We know this because the International Energy Agency told us no new gas from 2011. If governments are serious on this action on climate. We are calling on ordinary people to join thousands in mass civil resistance this spring.

"Hundreds and hundreds of all ages have signed up to support the demands of no new oil and gas. Just stop oil. It’s a no-brainer and the first step to stop the harm."

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