Some protesters dressed in prison garbs and chained themselves together to form a visual spectacle of what G4S do, whilst others held placards with slogans such as "securing apartheid" and "deadly deporters". Zines written about Jimmy Mubenga, who was brutally murdered by members of G4S as they tried to forcefully deport him, were handed out; and activists even managed to hand spoof AGM programs detailing G4S most inhumane elements to shareholders visiting. A large banner which read “Solidarity with Palestinian Hunger Strikers” was attached to two bikes inside Paternoster square and activists spoke to many members of the public about the plight of Mahmoud Sarsak currently in his 82nd day of hunger strike. The demo lasted for several hours, before protesters eventually dispersed, many heading back to Palestine Place for a number of events scheduled tonight.
Elsewhere in the city G4S were busy putting up posters for there new advertising campaign, which can be seen outside Kings Cross Station.