Several protesters who rappelled from the Arlington Memorial Bridge and unfurled a banner Monday morning were arrested by police, authorities said.
Protesters were on top of the bridge and hanging from ropes at about 10:30 a.m., according to Park Police Spokesman David Schlosser. D.C. Police tweeted that three were in custody, and that the black-and-white sign read “Free Tibet.”
The D.C. police department’s harbor patrol unit was on the scene.
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