Thai queen's motorcade squeezes by anti-government protesters

Published on 15 Oct 2020 1:38:29 PM

The royal motorcade of Thai Queen Suthida and Prince Dipangkorn was slowed by a crowd of anti-government protesters on Wednesday (Oct 14) as the royals returned from a function at the grand palace.

In a video posted on social media, protesters -- held back by hundreds of police officers -- jeered and gave the ubiquitous three-finger salute inspired by the "Hunger Games" film series, which has become a symbol synonymous with the anti-government protests.

Queen Suthida can be seen smiling and waving from her car window.