What happens if you protest...
HUNT protester Otis Ferry has had guns seized by police after a raid on his home.
The 21-year-old - who led the storming of Parliament by pro-hunt campaigners - had a .22 rifle and 12-bore shotgun taken away.
Police said they removed the legally held weapons because of concerns over the behaviour of rock star Bryan's son during protests.
His cottage in Shropshire was searched for six hours.
Ferry, who had licences for the firearms, is the youngest Master of Foxhounds and a member of the South Shropshire Hunt.
A police source said: "This was a thorough operation involving more than a dozen officers. The premises were searched for six hours and every room was looked at.
"A .22 rifle and a 12-bore shotgun were removed.
"A computer was also taken away.
"I understand Mr Ferry believes the measures were heavy-handed, but the officers had a job to do." Police from the West Mercia force sent four vans of officers and dogs, three marked cars and two unmarked cars to Ferry's home.
Police trained in search techniques even climbed into his attic.
Nice to know the Police have the resources when they need them. It is fairly obvious the message they are trying to send out to protestors. Remember Otis, as far as I know, has never been involved in or threatened any violence to anyone. Maybe he should have swung a punch when he had a chance in The Commons....