Video of Greta Thunberg Getting Detained in Germany Goes Viral

The confusion surrounding the incident has led to a number of memes and social media discussions.

Credit: Greta Thunberg/Instagram

On January 17, Greta Thunberg, the Swedish environmental activist who has gained international attention for her efforts to combat climate change, was detained in Germany while protesting the expansion of a coal mine, according to NBC.

The incident was captured on video and has since gone viral on the internet. The video shows Greta being carried away by police officers in riot gear, but despite the situation, the activist remains calm and even smiles throughout the ordeal.

The police reportedly released those who were arrested after checking their IDs, and it appears that Greta was only detained, not arrested.

However, the confusion surrounding the incident has led to a number of memes and social media discussions, particularly regarding a previous Twitter exchange between Greta and another individual, Andrew Tate.

Prior to his own arrest, Andrew had tweeted about his own car collection and the emissions they produce, to which Greta had responded with a sarcastic comment.

As the video of Greta's detainment continues to circulate on the internet, it is clear that her activism and the cause of fighting climate change remains at the forefront of people's minds and continues to inspire strong reactions and discussions.

Despite the temporary setback of her detainment, it is likely that Greta will continue to be a powerful voice in the fight against climate change and advocate for the protection of our planet.

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