Knife-wielding Trump Supporter Stabs Huge Trump Baby Blimp, Cuts Herself: 'It's Going Down, Baby'

A British woman has been arrested after she filmed herself stabbing a blimp depicting Donald Trump as a baby in a diaper during the protests against the president's state visit in Central London.

The woman, reported to be Amy Dalla Mura—who goes by the name "Based Amy" online—recorded herself puncturing the huge orange balloon while it was raised in Parliament Square outside the Houses of Commons.

"That's a disgrace, it's a national disgrace," she yells after attacking the balloon. "The President of the United States is the best president ever. Shame on you."

In the video, obtained by The Sun, Dalla Mura then approaches people in the crowd and says: "I think Donald Trump's balloon is not very well, I think it's going down rapidly for a reason. It's going down baby.

"I'm bleeding quite badly though," she adds before showing her bloodied hands to the camera. Officers then arrive to search the woman. During the clip, Dalla Mura tells police that she hurt herself after falling over on her bike.

"Hey America, help me these people are assaulting," she adds while officers attempt to search her.

Met Police later confirmed to Newsweek that Dalla Mura was initially arrested for possession of a pointed/bladed article. She was subsequently arrested for criminal damage, namely to the blimp, which is the substantive offense for which she will be dealt with.

"A woman...punctured the mini Trump baby replica with a sharp object," a spokesperson for Trump Baby U.K. told The Independent. "It's not surprising that the far right would want to meet freedom of expression with violence."

Elsewhere in Parliament Square, a pro-Trump supporter was struck with milkshake while being confronted by a group of demonstrators shouting "Nazi scum" in his face.

A group of around 20 Trump supporters were also forced into a central London pub for their own safety as counter-protesters crowded round them to shout "Nazi scum off our streets."

Police confirmed to Newsweek confirmed that a "small counter-protest group" was "escorted into a nearby public house" after officers became aware of a rise in tension between opposing protesters. No one was arrested in connection to the incident and no injuries were reported.

Thousands of people took to the streets of central London to protest against the president's three-day visit, which includes a state banquet with the Queen and a commemorative event marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

Despite the large-scale protests and marches which began in Trafalgar Square, Trump described reports of the rallies against him as "fake news" during a press conference with Prime Minister Theresa May.

"I kept hearing that there would be 'massive' rallies against me in the U.K., but it was quite the opposite," Trump tweeted the following day. "The big crowds, which the Corrupt Media hates to show, were those that gathered in support of the USA and me. They were big & enthusiastic as opposed to the organized flops!"

This article has been updated with a further statement from police.

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Trump Babysitters inflate a large Trump Baby Blimp in Parliament Square outside Westminster on June 4, 2019 in London, England. Getty/Alex McBride