A woman tries to stick herself in court in protest during Clippers’ game against Timberwolves

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A woman reportedly tried to stick herself on the field late in the second quarter of the championship game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday night. It was removed after a short delay.

According to TNT sideline reporter Allie LaForce, security guards said the woman pinned herself to the floor by her wrist and “refused to raise her wrists.” The reason for the outage was not immediately known. However, in the aftermath of the incident, a global network of animal rights activists called Direct Action Everywhere claimed responsibility for the protest, saying in press release It was in response to an alleged animal rights case on Timberwolves farm egg owner Glenn Taylor.

The accident occurred with 3:34 left in the second quarter. Timberwolves straight ahead Jared Vanderbilt He was trying free throws at the other end of the field with Minnesota trailing 45-38. It only took a few minutes to remove the woman and clear the arena of the strange scene.

After removing the fan, Vanderbilt made his second free throw as Minnesota closed the inning at 15-6 to take a 53-51 lead at the end of the first half.

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