Climate crusader Greta Thunberg had been snapped at a pro-Palestine rally outside Parliament, a matter of hours of dashing from court after pleading not guilty to a public order offence.
The 20-year-old Swede was amongst masked demonstrators armed with flares calling for a ceasefire in the Middle East.
The eco poster girl had earlier today appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court and pleaded not guilty to breaching Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986.
She was in court after being detained at a demonstration near the InterContinental Hotel in Mayfair on 17 October which was being attended by top oil bosses.
Four other Fossil Free London demonstrators pleaded not guilty alongside the youngster.
Ms Thunberg was seen jogging off after failing to break free from a large crowd of members of the media as she left the court. Ms Thunberg sharply changed direction and sprinted away down Marylebone Road.
Then tonight she was spied in central London with a mass of protesters that were chanting for a ceasefire outside the House of Parliament, as MPs voted on whether or not to call for a ceasefire.
Politicians rejected the SNP motion to call for a ceasefire, however several Labour frontbenchers, including Jess Phillips, resigned after refusing to tow the party line and abstain from the vote.