Saturday was a long day of protest and violence in London, as thousands of British people took to the streets to protest the death of George Floyd that happened in late May at the hands of former officers in the Minneapolis Police Department.
A white man, said to be "far-right," was reportedly mobbed by a group of far-left activists. He was carried on the back of a Black Lives Matter activist who brought him to safety behind police lines, away from the mob.
The British capital erupted in a clash between protestors and counter-protestors that eventually drew the attention of the authorities.
Fireworks, stones, and other dangerous objects were thrown during the scuffles, according to De Telegraaf.
A white man, said to be "far-right," was reported to have been attacked on the steps of Royal Albert Hall by a mob of protestors. Other protestors were referred to as right-wing activists.
After the white man had received heavy blows from leftist protestors, a Black Lives Matter activist helped him and carried him to a safe place.
Though the identities of the two men are still unknown, the image has already circulated around the world.