If you don't live under a rock, you'll be aware that earlier this week, Donald Trump and his family embarked on a three-day state visit to the United Kingdom.
You will also probably also be aware that his presence in the country sparked a series of protests, which took a variety of forms, including a march in central London, a large orange baby blimp of Donald Trump and even a 16-foot robot likeness of the president, sitting on a toilet, with his trousers around his ankles, tweeting.
However, perhaps the most inventive protest of all was by 19-year-old art student Ollie Nancarrow, who mowed a giant penis into a field directly under Trump's flight path for his trip to Stansted Airport, in Hatfield Heath, Essex, along with the message 'climate change is real'.
On Tuesday evening, the teen appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he discussed his motives.
Speaking on the chat show, he said:
I've had a strong passion for climate change for quite a while now, and obviously I knew Trump was coming in to Stansted.
And my house, I believe, is on some sort of flight path because we get tons of planes over all the time.
He also explained that his parents were supportive, saying:
My parents loved it, my mum was the one who actually helped me plan it all out.
But you know, they're super proud of me.
The police, however, were less impressed by the stunt:
I came home from my exam the other day to be greeted at my door by ITV and a few detectives.
Watch the entire interview here.