"They can f*** off" - Just Stop Oil protesters attempt to disrupt the Gallagher Premiership final - Ruck

“They can f*** off” – Just Stop Oil protesters attempt to disrupt the Gallagher Premiership final

The 2023 Gallagher Premiership final at Twickenham was invaded Just Stop Oil protesters with orange smoke set off on the pitch.

Two men came on to the pitch during the first half and threw orange paint powder on the playing surface.

Stewards escorted them away to cheers from the crowd before the match resumed.

One fan wrote: “They can f*** off”

Another said: “Just Stop Oil protest at Premiership final. Boos ring out around Twickenham as two protestors stop play

JUST STOP OIL PROTESTERS ON THE PITCH during the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final Match between Saracens and Sale Sharks at Twickenham Stadium on 27 May 2023. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK

A third commented: “Watching the Premiership Final on holiday, just switched on in time to see Just Stop Oil making pricks of themselves again. What does fucking everyone off achieve? Your message gets lost, you achieve nothing aside from satisfying an egotistical desire to see yourself on telly.”

Another said: “Completely understand the oil and climate protestors, but disrupting the premiership rugby final (and other previous things like destroying artwork and blocking roads) is not helping. You’re just annoying people when actually you want people to be behind your cause.”

Just Stop Oil said the protesters at Twickenham were a doctor and a construction worker.

A statement read: “Today’s action occurs against a back-drop of more extreme weather events, as increasingly greater carbon concentrations in the atmosphere push us closer to irreversible tipping points, threatening to spin the balance of humanities’ life supports systems out of control.”

5 Ex-Rugby Players With SHOCKING Post-Retirement Body Transformations

Below is a look at five players who lost a ton of weight after their rugby union careers ended.

#1. Richie McCaw

Rugby fans cannot believe McCaw’s body transformation as the All Blacks legend showed off he has lost muscle mass since hanging up his boots.

Since retiring, the double World Cup-winner has become obsessed with ultra-hardcore marathons and has shifted a lot of that weight to give him a speed advantage.

The 41-year-old, who weighed 107 kg, is now closer to 87kg since dropping the weight.

For context, that’s a weight drop of over three stone.