"I have a baby!" the woman trying to cross the cart chain but no avail was highly upset and crying. #AntiELAB protesters said all flights were canceled but she insisted "not mine". Protesters said If they allowed one through, others would come too. pic.twitter.com/QgcSrlw6VF
Barbara Hill, aged 84 and on a wheelchair, said she was sympathetic to the #AntiELAB protesters cause but they were harming their cause by stopping pax from flying. Hill and her families and friends couldn't approach the departure gate to board their flight to Australia. pic.twitter.com/DkFzHKM3rb
A brief scuffle took place as two Putonghua speaking travelers tried to get thru departure check. #AntiELAB protesters tried to block their ways with arms and bodies. The pair eventually squeezed thru the land without normal travel doc and face check. pic.twitter.com/A93jUD1ICX
As some passengers tried to get thru #AntiELAB protesters from the south side to north departure gate, protesters stood up to tighten the blockage. The two Putonghua speaking men had to push their way through. "Thank you!" one said. "Don't mess up HK," the other said. pic.twitter.com/m2LGJUuKKp
Definitely not easy but he made it. "Bye! Safe flight!" #AntiELAB protesters said.
@hkairport (protesters just now wooed airport staff to sit with them. "Want a drink? Coffee? Milk tea? Or some food? Come have a chat." Of course ignore.) pic.twitter.com/CDbaYAPaD3
This female passenger became the centre of a small storm as she trekked thru the #AntiELAB protesters to North departure gate. "I just want to go home," she said. She didn't accept intv before passing the gate. Some young protesters, including a girl, said they were stepped on pic.twitter.com/vUVuorWKUy
Lunchtime in @hkairport. Fishballs, McDonald's and rice balls are available for free. On this desk of one of the supply stations, donation of thousands HKD has been collected to for those who can't afford a tix of express train. Will, an admin of the station, said... pic.twitter.com/t2JxRhOnmT