Pro-Democracy protesters rally in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington on April 18. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters)

Getting arrested with the democracy protesters at the Capitol Building is officially chic among the celeb-tivist set.

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, the makers of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, were among those cuffed Monday during a Democracy Awakening preotest — and on Tuesday, their company’s blog featured a post explaining the arrest. The post was a bit of clever marketing, replete with photos of the pair wearing plastic cuffs and standing with a gaggle of sign-toting folks.

Marketing for the cause (the protests are for campaign finance reform and voting rights), of course, but there also was product placement. “You could say that our passion for social justice has been baked right into everything we’ve ever done,” the post reads, mentioning flavors such as climate-change themed “Save Our Swirled” and equal rights tribute “I Dough, I Dough.” (Can we expect the debut of “Jailhouse Rocky Road” now that?)

The dairy duo weren’t the only high-profile (and camera-ready)  folks to run afoul of the law. Actress Rosario Dawson, too, was among the hundreds arrested at the Democracy Spring protests on Friday, a fact that wasn’t lost on many a social media feed. “She’s wearing a cool #TYT sweatshirt,” one Twitter user observed of Dawson’s gear that bore the name of  the liberal online show “The Young Turks.”

Actress Kathleen Turner spoke at Democracy Awakening’s rally on Sunday, though it appears she escaped the fuzz.

And getting booked is apparently even a thing for beauty queens: Miss New Jersey U.S. Sameera Khan (who wore her sash to the protests) was among the arrestees, too.