PICTURED: Wheelchair-bound UKIP Woman Flicks Two Fingers to Hard Left Protesters
An elderly UKIP supporter is fast-gaining online fame after being photographed sticking two fingers up to anti-UKIP protestors in Swansea.
The unidentified lady was been wheeled into a UKIP rally in her wheelchair when she was berated by protestors claiming that Nigel Farage's party is 'racist'.
The protestors held up signs from the hard-left Socialist Worker Party which read: "UKIP go home" and "No to Racism". An LGBT flag and the flag of one of Britain's largest trade unions, UNISON, can also be seen in the background.
But the elderly lady was having none of it, sticking two fingers up to protestors in defiance, as a UKIP rosette-clad man ushered her inside.
The South Wales Evening Post reported: "[Protestors] seemed to see the funny side though. The wheelchair-bound woman was one of a number of people attending the Liberty Stadium event.
"It came after Nigel Farage cancelled a proposed walkabout in Swansea’s Oxford Street, because of ‘security concerns’."
Twitter users were delighted at the scenes, with one saying: "This made be laugh so much- elderly UKIP supporter shows nutty lefties what she thinks of them". Another said: "Good for her!"
A UKIP source told Breitbart London, "She's like our very own Baroness Trumpington!" referring to the humorous incident wherein the elderly Member of the House of Lords stuck two fingers up at a colleague inside the chamber after he referred to her age.