Glasgow sets up its own “Offshore Paradise Bank” in apparent tax avoidance protest
Satirical street art responds to the Paradise Papers in Glasgow style
SPOTTED ON WOODLANDS ROUNDABOUT in Glasgow today was an interesting sight: a display labelled “The Offshore Paradise Bank”, containing inflatable palm trees, a lifeboat, bags of fake money and … a washing machine.
Atop the household appliance is another sign, which reads: "Hide and clean your cash! For the super rich celebs and royalty only. No poor people allowed."