‘This isn’t about a little bit of sunshine at Easter!’: Moment lawyer arrested in London climate chaos slams Rochelle Humes for her ‘attitude’ over ‘drought threats to UK’ during on-air clash
An environmentalist who super-glued herself to the street as part of climate change protests has slammed This Morning presenter Rochelle Humes live on-air for having an ‘attitude’.
Farhana Yamin stuck her hand to the pavement outside the Shell building in London yesterday as part of chaotic demonstrations wreaking havoc across the capital.
The Environmental lawyer was brought on the show this morning after being released from Lewisham Police Station hours earlier.
She slammed the ITV presenter for having a blase attitude about the prospect of Britain facing droughts as a result of global warming.
Farhana Yamin was on This Morning today justifying the chaotic climate change protests in London
The Environmental lawyer slammed Rochelle Humes for having a blase attitude about the prospect of Britain facing droughts as a result of global warming
Yamin said: ‘People have often heard about the information, but if I can be candid, they’ve taken a little bit of the attitude that you [Rochelle] had to Dave’s report about the threat the UK faces to droughts.
‘The UK Met Office has warned that we’re expecting droughts to increase in severity. This isn’t about a little bit of sunshine at Easter, this is really really important.
‘British farmers were affected last year by droughts and also by floods.’
Rochelle, who seemed shocked at the protester’s accusations, then replied: ‘Just to clear up, I have no attitude at the fact we’re facing a drought. That’s not correct.’
Yamin super-glued her hand to the pavement outside the Shell building in London yesterday as part of chaotic demonstrations wreaking havoc across the capital
She was arrested and put in Lewisham Police Station overnight. She went on This Morning hours later
When asked if Yamin thought the disruptive protests were generating the right attention, she replied: ‘People need to know that we’ve been doing this for three decades.
‘Thirty years we’ve been trying to educate the public and politicians… This is the final call for us to wake up and show some leadership.