Greta Thunberg has been filmed chanting “you can shove yer climate crisis up yer a***” during a rally at a Glasgow park.
The 18-year-old activist met campaigners at Festival Park in the Govan area of the city on Monday afternoon during the first day of the COP26 summit.
The Swedish teen laughed and joked with the crowd before starting a sing-song featuring the iconic Scottish tune with a twist.
The footage, which has been viewed more than 700,000 times, was shared on social media and later shared by the climate activist herself.
She simply wrote: “When in Scotland…”
The light-hearted chanting followed a passionate plea for Thunberg where she called out politicians for not doing enough to help the environment.
Speaking at the Fridays for Future event, Greta said: ”This COP26 is just like the previous ones. It is leading us nowhere.
“Inside COP26 politicians and people in power are pretending to take our future seriously but they are lying.
“Change is not going to come from inside there. They are not the leadership, this here is leadership.”
The crowd cheered as she rallied them in a call of “ no more blah, blah”
She continued: “No more exploitation of people and the planet. No more of whatever the f*** they are doing in there at COP26.”
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