Greta Thunberg sang 'you can shove your climate crisis up your a**e' at a snap rally in Glasgow. Watch here:
The young activist has quickly acquainted herself with the Glaswegian sense of humour as she has been getting in the spirit of things at one of the dozens of protests calling out the inaction of politicians, as world leaders attend the Conference of the Parties (COP26) climate summit in the city.
Footage shows the 18-year-old at Festival Park in Govan chanting: "You can shove your climate crisis up your a**e, you can shove your climate crisis up your a**e!"
As you can probably tell, Thunberg isn't exactly convinced that politicians are doing enough to protect our planet.
Addressing the crowds gathered across the River Clyde from the COP26 venue, she said: "Change is not going to come from inside there - that is not leadership, this is leadership.
"We say no more blah blah blah, no more exploitation of people and nature and the planet.
"No more exploitation. No more blah blah blah. No more whatever the f**k they are doing inside there."
In September, Thunberg mocked Boris Johnson by quoting parts of his speeches on climate change and adding 'blah, blah, blah'.
The Prime Minister himself referenced the campaigner's remarks during his speech to the COP26 opening session earlier today (Monday 1 November).
He said: "I was there in Paris six years ago when we agreed to net zero and to try to restrain the rise in the temperature of the planet to 1.5C, and all those promises will be nothing but blah blah blah - to coin a phrase - and the anger and impatience of the world will be uncontainable unless we make this Cop26 in Glasgow the moment when we get real about climate change."
Thunberg arrived in Glasgow yesterday (Sunday 31 October) by train and will take part in two large protests through the city later in the week.
Speaking in Festival Park, she said: "This COP26 is so far just like the previous COPs and that has led us nowhere. They have led us nowhere.
"Inside COP they are just politicians and people in power pretending to take our future seriously. Pretending to take the present seriously of the people who are being affected already today by the climate crisis."Featured Image Credit: Alamy