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Police Arrest Women For Going Out Without Wearing Any Dress To Protest.

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After the rally in the CBD in Sydney on Invasion Day, several women wearing no dress were arrested by the police. The protest was organized by indigenous groups, part of the national action in cities throughout the country, to change the date of Australia's Day. Indigenous leaders and protesters think that 26 January is a national Mou Day. The women were not willing to listen to the police until they are done with their protest. At this point, things were being difficult for the police so they had no choice but to arrest the women.

The temperatures in Sydney rose to over 30 degrees when the demonstration started with an estimated attendance of between 50,000 and 65,000 protesters. A protest woman struck spectators by stripping out all her clothes and standing with her sockets in the packed crowd.

The wives who were not wearing any dress looked distressed when confronting a group of police officers and argued with police and put a scarf on her head at one point. Later he was escorted in a police truck in Broadway's Victoria Park. The spokeswoman for the NSW Police said today, "A 38-year-old woman was arrested after a protest march in Victoria Park Broadway at about 2 pm also.

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