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Two hours earlier, Deborah Wilde, a retired teacher from London, and Simon Milner-Edwards, a retired musician from Manchester, disrupted a match between Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov and Japan’s Sho Shimabukuro with the same puzzle stunt.

She said: “This is unacceptable. We will be uncompromisingly tough on the selfish protesters intent on spoiling our world-class sporting occasions this summer.” Milner-Edwards said he felt “absolutely fine” about being arrested, saying: “I would run in front of a car to save my grandchildren.” William John Ward, 66, threw himself over his front row seat at Court 18 before scattering a 1,000-piece Wimbledon-branded puzzle and environmentally friendly orange confetti glitter on to the grass at 4.30pm.After his victory, Dimitrov, 32, told reporters the protest was “not pleasant” and that his instinct was to remove the protesters. “My first reaction was initially to go also, but then I also realised that’s not my place to do that,” he said. Home secretary Suella Braverman condemned the activists on Wednesday, the same day she chaired a meeting on protests at sporting events with police and sports bodies. Ward added: “I have no choice but to get the message out in whatever way I can. I’m retired and want to enjoy my retirement, but I feel I have no choice but to take action. I’ve tried everything else.” As Wilde, 68, was led away, she confirmed that the pair had joined the queue this morning. It is believed that the pair joined the line at 6am but it is unclear if they brought the centenary edition of the puzzle featuring Roger Federer with them. All three protesters were arrested on suspicion of aggravated trespass and criminal damage before being escorted off SW19.

Spectators could be heard booing and shouting “losers” and “are you happy with yourselves” as Wilde and Milner-Edwards were led away in handcuffs. The 66-year-old, who has been arrested previously, said: “Our politicians are the criminals, they’re destroying everything. In 10 years’ time Wimbledon will not resemble anything like this. Wilde said in a statement: “I’m just an ordinary grandmother in resistance to this government’s policy of serving us new oil and gas licences. In normal circumstances this sort of disruption would be entirely unacceptable, but these aren’t normal circumstances.” Coronation Street Return to the Rovers 2x 1000 pieces item no. 13566 (Reveal Solution 1) (Reveal Solution 2)

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