A group of people gathered in Vilnius on Friday to take part in a satirical “rally against all rallies in the world”.
The event was organised by a satire news website 1K.lt, which is run by a Lithuanian comedian, Olegas Šurajevas.
According to the Facebook event, “the public space in recent times have been taken up by many strange people with absolutely zero self-reflection, self-irony and a very limited sense of humour”.
“It’s often being forgotten that satire is a separate, abstract form of art,” the event said.
The organisers say the protest has no political agenda.
Recently, a Black Lives Matter rally in Vilnius has resulted in a backlash from the conservative segment of Lithuania's society. In response, a ‘Lithuanian lives matter’ march attracted around a dozen people.
The event page on Facebook used an image from the ‘Lithuanian lives matter’ procession.