Topless 'Femen' protesters removed from St. Peter's Square
November 14, 2014
A small group of radical feminists staged an obscene demonstration in St. Peter's Square on November 14, in what they said was a protest against the scheduled appearance by Pope Francis before the European Parliament.
Four women from Femen-- the group known for topless public protests-- simulated a sexual act before they were removed from the Vatican square by Italian police.
Pope Francis is due to address the European Parliament on November 25.
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