THIS IS the bizarre moment a naked anti-Trump protester jumps into a foundation screaming "I'm Nevada" during a packed park party in New York City.
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets last night to start celebrating as if Joe Biden has already won – despite no official result being called.
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One man stripped off his clothes and jumped into the Washington Square Park foundation and started splashing around.
He danced and shouted "I'm Nevada" as crowds chanted "USA!" "USA!".
It is unclear if his reference was to Nevada's snail-pace of announcing election results or not.
Manhattan last night went into chaos as protesters held a "Donald Trump is Over" dance party without social distancing.
The crowds moved from the park and made their way through the Lower East Side and Greenwich Village.
Biden has not been officially declared the winner of the election, but he has taken the lead in key battleground states as Americans are anxiously waiting to see who will get the keys to the White House.
Their nail-biting battle continues as:
- Scotus rules late Pennsylvania ballots be counted separately
- Trump to be "escorted out of White House" if he does not concede
- President claims "election is not over" as he plans victory rally
- Result may not be known until December after Georgia recount
- Secret service ramps up Biden protection ahead of election win
Last night's protest were not violent compared previous nights in New York City.
A woman was arrested earlier this week in NYC "after spitting in a cop's face and screaming 'f**k you, fascist'" during anti-Trump protests.
Devina Singh was maskless as she yelled and spat in the NYPD officer's face on Wednesday night.
The 24-year-old was caught on camera without a mask and screaming at a sergeant, "F**k you fascist" edging closer to the officer's face.
Singh then leaned back and spit in cop's face despite the risk of coronavirus.
After spitting at the officer she was thrown to the ground and arrested.
The Pennsylvania native was later charged with obstruction of government administration, violation of local law, and harassment.
The footage of Singh, which has gone viral, was immediately condemned by police unions and the NYPD.
NYPD detectives union the Detectives' Endowment Association said: "This despicable behavior won't be tolerated! This after setting fires & destroying property.
"We know law-abiding NYers don't want their cops treated like this. Now we need every elected official to publicly condemn it."
Police later responded to the incident in a statement on Twitter saying: "Actions like this will not be tolerated. Agitators who commit these acts will be arrested."
Singh was one of 50 people who arrested in New York on Wednesday night.
Police said the unrest began on Wednesday night with peaceful demonstrations where protesters urged officials to "count every vote" in the election.
The NYPD said however that as darkness fell the peaceful protests were overtaken by more aggressive groups who lit fires before taunting officers by throwing garbage and eggs at them.
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