As protests go, this one is completely bananas.
Hundreds of people gathered outside an art gallery in Poland after it banned work that featured the fruit.
The protesters jointly ate hundreds of bananas during an event to highlight growing censorship in the country.
The row was sparked after Warsaws top national gallery removed a 1973 video entitled Consumer Art.
It was by artist Natalia LL and featured a young woman eating a banana with great pleasure.
The new museum head, Jerzy Miziolek, was recently summoned to the Ministry of Culture and the art banned for being improper.
A separate 2005 video by another controversial female artist, Katarzyna Kozyra, showing a woman walking two men on all fours, dressed as dogs on a lead, was also removed.
Miziolek said he was opposed to showing works that could irritate sensitive young people and suggested some visitors had complained.
Both he and the Ministry of Culture denied there was pressure on the museum, despite both works being on show for many years.
Protesters have reacted by posting photos of them eating bananas on Facebook and Twitter to ridicule the ban.
And on Monday, many headed down to the state-run museum saying artists must be free to create.
The dispute is the latest in a string of controversies surrounding art and culture under the conservative and nationalist government that won power in 2015.