MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. - Two Dakota Access Pipeline protesters made a banner statement Sunday at US Bank Field during the Bears-Vikings game.
Those protesting the pipeline say US Bank is one of the banks extending credit to the parent company of Dakota Access.
These demonstrators climbed to the rafters and unfurled a banner while hanging around for a while, literally, hundreds of feet above the seats.
The game wasn't interrupted, but authorities cleared out the section of seats below the hanging protesters for safety.
After the game, authorities got the protesters down safely and took them into custody.