Thursday, 15 November 2012

'MOANS NOT DRONES' Happening by The ACTIVETTES, Waddington RAF Base, October 2012

Activettes show off their custom-made johnny outfits
(images courtesy Thad Skews)




Activettes march solemnly down to the RAF base at Waddington...

... Wielding a giant vibrator.

Activettes mock bombard the gates to RAF Waddington

'Remote control killing: IT'S NOT A GAME'



'Don't use machinery to do your dirty work'.

On the eve of the first drone control base on British soil, The Activettes staged a powerful and memorable performance at RAF Waddington, before discarding their prop, a giant 'dildrone' outside the gates. After refusing to remove the article, despite it being a 'littering offense', armed military police were forced to move in on it with sniffer dogs and eventually dispose of it. The forces had no training in this area and clearly seemed unsettled by the 'throbbing pink' colour of the article, and the huge girth of its' head.

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