A swarm of rioting lawyers. In ties.
It's hard to know who to cheer for here; on the one hand you have the corrupt paramilitary police of an oppressive quasi-dictatorship that are quashing free speech and dissent, but on the other hand they're tear-gassing just scads of lawyers and reporters. Tough call.
But the funky part is the well-dressed riot. I think it's so jarring to the senses because in America our fist shaking demonstrators tend to be college students and bohemian slackers, and so we're used to protesters being dressed like fashion-challenged hippies or roadies for Rage Against The Machine. Folks who wear ties usually have jobs and are therefore too busy to get involved in silly things like riots or voting for Ralph Nader, so seeing a crowd of them rioting in the street has that same disorienting feeling of wrongness as seeing an alligator in the middle of an Iowa cornfield.