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Thousands of Albanians 'landed' on the streets of London last night to 'celebrate independence day' with the police confirming that they were arrested for shooting fireworks and throwing bottles.
Thousands of Albanians "landed" last night in the center of London to celebrate independence day.
The Dailymail writes that the streets around Westminster were blocked by mobs of Albanians waving red and black flags and lighting fireworks, with Audis, Mercedes and convertible sports cars seen driving on the pavement and honking their horns.
Some people were seen waving flags as they stood on the roofs of moving vehicles, while regular traffic trying to get through the capital came to a halt after the rally caused road closures.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed they arrested a number of them after some threw fireworks at the crowd, while others allegedly threw bottles at officers.
Video shared on social media showed demonstrators traveling through the capital in front of landmarks such as the London Eye and Big Ben with Albanian flags.
In one video, a small child is seen standing through the roof of a car with an Albanian flag wrapped around him, while fireworks are set off nearby.
Loud fireworks were set off as the long line of vehicles honked continuously to celebrate Albania's independence, which is commemorated every year on November 28.
The small European nation became independent on that date in 1912, just 111 years ago.
In a series of posts on X (formerly known as Twitter), the Met confirmed that numerous offenses had been reported during the demonstration.
Earlier in the evening the force wrote: 'Officers have stopped several convoys of vehicles traveling in central London this evening.
"A number of drivers have been reported for driving offenses and some vehicles have been impounded. Officers will continue to deal with anti-social behaviour.
Police later estimated that 'around 1,000 people' had gathered on Belvedere Road as part of the celebrations, with the road closed between York Road and Concert Hall Approach.
The force later said a splinter group of demonstrators gathered near Waterloo Station, where they clashed with police.