Protestors of “Occupy Wall Street” took to the streets in Halloween costumes during the 39th Annual Halloween Parade in New York, Monday.
As part of their ongoing demonstration that began Sept. 17, the protestors walked in Halloween costumes and carried placards that read their demands and the slogan – “We are the 99%, referring to the financial inequality in American population.
Quite a few Halloween revelers also dressed up as “Occupy Wall Street” protestors at the “West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval” in West Hollywood, Calif.
Described as one of the world’s largest Halloween street party, the “West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval” happens on the streets of Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, located in the Los Angeles county region.
As many as 400,000 people were estimated to attend the 2011 West Hollywood Halloween costume Carnival in all sorts of contemporary Halloween costumes.
While many were dressed as comic book and movie characters, mimicking the protestors of “Occupy Wall Street” seemed to be the season’s rage this Halloween.