In September 2015, a group of protestors got really mad over an East London store that sold breakfast cereal for 5-7 dollars. To be fair, that is A LOT of money when you consider it's just a bowl of cereal.
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The angry mob hurled bottles, smashed windows and even burned an effigy of a policeman. But the riot wasn't because the place had run out of said cereal, the fight was really about a much bigger problem: gentrification.
Read more about gentrification in London:
The Guardian: Shoreditch Cereal Killer Cafe targeted in anti-gentrification protests
Newsweek: The Hidden Costs of the World's Ghost Apartments