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Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel got a rude surprise Monday, during a speech to business leaders: An ambush by left-wing activists, who pelted him with with French fries and mayonnaise in protest of his government’s fiscal austerity.

Click above to watch the European-style culinary demonstration — then share this video!

Video via Canal C/The Independent.

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