COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – On the day of the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen transportation and the square in front of the parliament were paralysed due to demonstrations from right wing activists and they got into a fight with left wings that said “No nazis in our streets”.

They threw bottles at the police and the transportation around Copenhagen and the busses to Eurovision Island couldn’t get by Christiansborg Palace.

The demonstration was arranged because of a mosque in Copenhagen but rumour said that it was also against Danish entrant Basim who will represent Denmark in tonight’s show, but this has not been confirmed. 11 people were arrested during the demonstration and 30 people hold back to not make more trouble between the wings.