Heathrow Protestors Hold Barbecue For Climate Change

CLIMATE change campaigners are to hold a week-long ‘barbecue for a cooler world’ at their Heathrow protest camp to highlight the dangers of global warming.

Branson to be burned but sadly only in effigy

A giant beef burger in the shape of the earth will be roasted on a huge grill every night to flag up the dramatic recent rises in the planet’s temperature.

Another huge barbecue made from 40 oil drums and filled with a tonne of burning charcoal will be used to cook a huge replica of a jumbo jet made entirely from sausage.

Jad Fazely, 23, an eco-warrior, said the aircraft’s body would be pork and leek, while the tail section would be constructed using the traditional Scottish Lorne, or square, sausage.

He said: “The hydraulic landing gear will be made out of some quite spicy lamb and cumin jobbies, and for the tyres we are going to use a really nice herby Cumberland.”

Mr Fazely said he decided to call the plane a ‘sausage jumbo’ because it was jumbo-sized and made out of sausage. “Do you see what I just did there?” he added.

The camp will conclude with a huge bonfire party at the end of which protestors will set light to a giant wicker effigy of the Virgin Atlantic boss Sir Richard Branson.

“Our activists have flown in from all corners of the globe to be at this camp, so we wanted to make sure we put on a decent show,” Mr Fazely said.