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EDINBURGH, Scotland (CBS) — Thousands took to the streets of Edinburgh, Scotland for the third day of protests against President Trump’s visit to the United Kingdom.

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President Trump arrived Friday and has since been greeted by some creative protesters.

A protesting paraglider sailed over the U.S. president’s head while carrying a banner that read, “Trump Well Below Par”.

Greenpeace, an environmental group, claimed involvement and professed that the paraglider was with their organization.

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They took to Twitter with a message that read”#resist” and “#stoptrump”.

According to the Greenpeace’s U.K. faction, the protest aligns with their campaign against Trump’s golf course.

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Greenpeace has a long history of stunts and campaigns against parties that they believe harm their environmental causes.

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Local police are investigating.