Updated - Lonely protest
Updated - Adds video - A man and a woman from the Graffitti Movement held a protest outside the gates of the Russian embassy this afternoon over the arrest and imprisonment of the three members of the Pussy Riot.
The three women were jailed for two years each by a Russian court after staging a protest against President Vladimir Putin in a cathedral.
Judge Marina Syrova found the women guilty of hooliganism motivated by religious hatred, describing them as blasphemers.
She said they had deliberately offended Russian Orthodox believers by storming the altar of Moscow's main cathedral in February to belt out a song deriding Mr Putin.
The only reaction which the Graffitti Movement protesters got was that the policeman at the gate asked them to remove the garbage bags they were wearing over their heads.