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It’s no secret that the people of Britain aren’t fans of Donald Trump. Ahead of his last visit to London, the population called on the government to cancel his trip and there were mass protests featuring a 20-foot Trump baby balloon once he arrived. He’s also criticized Prime Minister Theresa May and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and just this week called Meghan Markle “nasty.”

This time around, the U.K. protesters are getting even more creative with their resistance. Yes, there are people taking to the streets with some hilarious signage and the Trump baby made an epic return Tuesday, but it seems the only limit to the trolling is in your own imagination.

For example, 18-year-old Ollie Nancarrow spent the weekend mowing a giant penis and the words “OI TRUMP” into a field the president and First Lady Melania Trump would be flying over. He also took the time to add “CLIMATE CHANGE IS REAL.”

“Donald Trump and his denial of climate change are not welcome and I want him to be fully aware of that when he flies in to Stansted on Monday,” Nancarrow told The Independent. He has reportedly been asked to remove it by police.

While the individual contributions to the protests are fun, there’s one group that’s doing the most. Anti-Brexit group Led By Donkeys has been implementing a city-wide Trump trolling campaign involving massive projections to hit at the president over the things he’s most sensitive about. The campaign includes billboards of insulting tweets about Trump from people like Texas Senator Ted Cruz, direct comparisons between Trump and  Barack Obama’s popularity and looped video of UK MP Boris Johnson calling him “ignorant” and “unfit to hold the office of President of the United States.

The group also made reference to Trump’s trip to Japan last week when the White House reportedly requested that the crew aboard the U.S.S. John McCain cover the ship’s name while the president was visiting. Trump and the late Senator McCain were very clear about their disdain for one another before McCain’s death last year. Trump has apparently continued the feud while McCain has moved on in every imaginable way. 

Since Trump missed the U.S.S. McCain in Japan, Led By Donkeys took it upon themselves to project the name and image on a red “Make America Great Again” hat on the London Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.

It’s unclear if the president has seen the installments first-hand, but you can imagine he’s seen the news coverage.