- Wearing a mask the Seattle, Washington resident appeared live on air Saturday
- Local news station KIRO7 was covering the George Floyd protests in the area
- As the woman appears on screen the reporter tells viewers the cheesecake factory was looted, adding: 'Unclear where they may have got that'
- Thousands of people gathered in downtown Seattle to protest the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis; Mayor Jenny Durkan announced a 5 p.m. curfew
This is the moment a woman was filmed walking away from a looted Cheesecake Factory carrying an entire dessert.
Wearing a mask the Seattle, Washington resident appeared live on air Saturday as local news station KIRO7 covered George Floyd protests in the area.
The reporter tells viewers: 'You see someone actually walking away with a cheesecake there after the cheesecake factory was looted.
'Unclear where they may have got that.'
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Seattle in the rain Saturday to protest the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Windows are said to have been broken at the Cheesecake Factory with looters taking alcohol from the premises.
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Mayor Jenny Durkan announced a 5 p.m. curfew for the entire city Saturday after police pepper-sprayed demonstrators who got close to police lines, and officers with bicycles pushed people to move back.
Durkan late Saturday afternoon announced a curfew to to last through 5 a.m. Sunday in response to the protests.
She also issued an order declaring an emergency and an order banning weapons.
Although many dispersed soon after, dozens remained downtown in defiance of the curfew, setting fires, breaking into retail stores and taking items while police fired tear gas and arrested at least one person.
The governor said he had activated up to 200 members of the Washington National Guard in response to a request from the city to help protect property, as well as manage crowds and traffic.
Guard personnel will be unarmed and work under the direction of city leadership, the statement from the governor's office said.
'The National Guard is on stand by to assist the Seattle Police Department as requested by Mayor Durkan,' Governor Jay Inslee said. 'They will only be utilized if absolutely necessary and we appreciate their efforts to help in this important work.'
Residents should remain in their homes 'to the extent possible' and not travel in or through Seattle, said Durkan, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best and Seattle Fire Department Chief Harold Scoggins in a statement.
'This curfew is intended to prevent violence and widespread property damage, and to prevent the further community spread of COVID-19 through continued gathering,' they said.
Tense protests over the death of George Floyd and other police killings of black people grew Saturday across the US.
The protests began in Minneapolis following Floyd's death Monday after a white police officer pressed a knee on his neck until he stopped breathing.
Derek Chauvin, the officer who held his knee to Floyd’s neck, was arrested Friday and charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
But many protesters are demanding the arrests of the three other officers involved.