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November 26, 2016
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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