NZ protesters dance to songs meant to disperse them

Police in Wellington played songs, including famous children ditty 'Baby Shark', James Blunt's 'You're Beautiful' and Disney's classic 'Let it Go' from the movie 'Frozen', in a bid to disperse the protests which were entering into a sixth day on Sunday.

Despite the loud music, and also battered by wild weather from tropical cyclone Dovi, footage from local network TVNZ showed the protesters instead embracing the music and dancing along. Inspired by truckers' rallies in Canada, protesters had occupied and blocked Wellington streets outside the city's parliament building with tents, trucks and vans.