Four people were arrested after a gathering of against vax dissenters organized a protest at the Olive Garden in Times Square Friday night, police said.

The rowdy dissenters comprised of “number of individuals” that would not agree with New York City’s indoor dining mandate, the NYPD said.

They were defied by cops in the café’s bar region subsequent to declining to show confirmation of COVID-19 vaccination, as indicated by film presented on Twitter.

The incident was over by 10:40 p.m., after the greater part of the nonconformists left the eatery willfully, police said. Three men and a lady were relied upon to be accused of trespassing, as per authorities. Their names were not quickly released.

“Awaken New York! Wake the f-up!,” one of the suspect shouted while being driven into a police van in the core of Times Square, as indicated by video via social media.

“I got arrested. They arrested me for attempting to eat at Olive Garden, that occurred,” another dissenter said, asserting his civil rights were violated.

As the suspects were arrested, other protestors utilized profane language to affront and bug the gathering of officials included, film showed. At a certain point an individual from the gathering played “F-k The Police” by NWA on an loudspeaker.

Comparative fights have been arranged at other city eatery networks remembering a Cheesecake Factory for Queens and a Burger King in Brooklyn last month.

It was hazy on the off chance that the gathering behind those demonstrations was likewise liable for Friday’s disruption.