Traders angry with plans for a residents' parking zone in Bristol have driven a 1942 Sherman tank around the streets of Clifton in protest.
Mayor George Ferguson wants to roll out the city-wide scheme to deter commuter
parking on residential streets.
Mr Ferguson wants to implement a blanket roll-out of parking zones within 18
months, with residents paying between £48 and £96 for permits.
Organiser Tony Miles said the protest "wasn't just about boys' toys" but to get a
"serious message" across. "The good people of Clifton are speaking out that something has to be done
about parking," he said. "We've chosen the tank because it represents power and a way to defend your
territory when you go to war," Mr Miles said.