The Press reports John Key was greeted by angry protesters at the South Island forum in Christchurch tonight. About 100 people waved placards protesting the undemocratic dismissal of the regional council by the Key government.
Prime Minister John Key was greeted by angry protesters as he arrived for the South Island Forum in Christchurch tonight.
Over 100 gathered outside the Isaac Theatre Royal on Gloucester Street, many waving placards protesting the dismissal of Environment Cantebury councillors earlier this year.
One protester jumped on the roof of the Prime Minister’s car shortly after he arrived at 6.45pm.
The young man badly dented the roof of the car as he jumped up and down shouting: “You can’t drink money, you can’t drink s***”.
He was quickly pulled off the car by police and handcuffed
Key undemocratic behaviour will cost him. He is starting to look more and more out of touch.