It might look like an infantile response to Spain's financial crisis, but some protestors wanted to be taken seriously as they marched through the streets of Valencia as they wore diapers on June 19 to blame bankers and politicians for the country's economic woes.
In spite of the childish outfits worn by some of the demonstrators, the atmosphere in the coastal city was charged. Police and protestors clashed, leaving eight people injured and leading to five arrests, the Associated Press reported.
Across the country, demonstrators swarmed the streets in dozens of Spanish cities, including the capital Madrid, CNN reported, to criticize austerity measures and social-spending cuts imposed by the government.
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