PROTESTORS gathered outside the Washington D.C mansion owned Jeff Bezos and placed a guillotine at his front door on Sunday night.
The protestors demanded better treatment for Amazon workers, particularly black workers who have spoken out about working conditions.
A speaker at the protest also spoke in solidarity with service workers hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic.
A "DC-themed" guillotine was on display in front of the $23million mansion, which also happens to be the largest in the city.
Tilted against the guillotine was a sign that read "Support our poor communities not our wealthy men."
While the Metro Police Department closed off the street, the atmosphere of the protest was reportedly "calm and chill."
Many protestors appeared to be social distancing while wearing face masks.
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