Tens of thousands of angry Hong Kongers laid siege to the city’s police headquarters on Friday, as two weeks of political unrest continued to roil the territory.

The crowds, mostly young and wearing black clothes along with helmets and face masks, staged the largely peaceful, impromptu rally in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai district, chanting slogans and hurling eggs at the police complex.

The protesters, the majority of whom wore protective gear in case an uneasy truce with law enforcement collapsed, barricaded all the entrances and exits of the skyscraper.

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