Insulate Britain today defied a court injunction to block the M25 for a sixth time - as they vowed to keep causing hell for motorists as the country grapples with a fuel crisis.
In a press release, the group's eco-hypocrite spokesman Liam Norton boasted about breaking the law, crowing 'you can throw as many injunctions at us as you like'.
The plumber became a national laughing stock last week when he stormed off Good Morning Britain in a fit of pique after being called out on claims his own home hasn't been insulated.
The 36-year-old even extraordinarily compared himself to Sir Winston Churchill - as he refused to reconsider the group's tactics even after a mother allegedly suffered a stroke and was left paralysed after being caught up in six hour delays.
The Met said: We're attending a protest at Junction 14 of the M25 near Heathrow Airport where activists are blocking traffic on a slip road.
'We are on scene and have opened one lane of the carriageway. Arrests are being made - we will share updates shortly.'
The hated mob loaded fresh misery onto motorists by forming a barricade at Junction 14 at Heathrow Airport - with around 52 activists involved