Greenpeace brilliantly interrupts Shell’s Grand Prix finale (video)

Beyond brilliant. Greenpeace snuck two remote controlled protest signs into the winner’s podium at the Grand Prix finals, which are sponsored by Shell oil.

The signs lay dormant for two weeks, until the winners took to the dais, and then slowly one rose up in front of everyone. ┬áThen, someone tries to take it down, and as he walks away, another rises up…. LOL

Freaking brilliant.


Shell’s priceless Grand Prix moment
BREAKING: Our @Shell Grand Prix ceremony video has been banned from YouTube. So, we put it back up.

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