Shocking video footage shows two female rioters squatting down to defecate at the feet of a line of British cops — pausing to take selfies as a mob cheers them on.
The clip from the “Kill the Bill” riot that raged in Bristol into the early hours of Monday shows the pair walking up to the line of shield-holding riot cops and pulling down their pants and underwear.
As they squatted down at the feet of the officers, other rioters let out huge cheers — many shouting “f–k you!” at the officers who remained in place despite the disgusting act.
The women then lifted phones to take selfies, seemingly only pausing to flip off the officers they were rioting against getting new powers.
Another female rioter was also photographed urinating on the foot of another officer during the violence that left 21 cops injured.
“What do you say to that? It’s pathetic,” Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees told TalkRADIO when asked about the video of the women “pulling down their trousers and defecating.”
“Well, it’s worse than pathetic. It’s also politically illiterate,” Rees said.
“It’s just selfish, self-indulgent and self-centered behavior that’s all about them living out their fantasy of being revolutionaries,” he insisted of the rioters who also torched police vehicles and trashed a precinct.
The riot was supposedly against the government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill — currently going through Parliament — that would give police new powers to impose time and noise limits on protests.
Avon and Somerset Police on Tuesday published photos of 10 people they wanted to talk to in the investigation expected to be the biggest in the force’s history.
“We expect to release images of many more people in the coming days,” Detective Chief Superintendent Carolyn Belafonte said.
Eight men aged between 20 and 44 were arrested, all but one later released during the ongoing investigation. One, a 28-year-old man, appeared in court Tuesday charged with possessing an offensive weapon, police said.
“We may have only arrested eight people so [far] but I guarantee … we will be making more arrests very soon,” Belafonte vowed.