Three anti-fascists I encountered upfront after taking their picture. I was asked to delete the photo, but I refused, mainly because of their attitude, and because they denied I had the right to take their photo in a public place. The two on the left were making such a ruckus that I pointed at that they were likely causing more people to take their picture. The individual in all-black, giving me the double-finger, wanted to take my photo and asked me her name. I didn't give her my name because I thought it was quite rude to demand someone tell you their name without first introducing themselves. She attempted to take my photo by placing her phone five inches from my face. Then she told me to back up so she could take the shot. I refused, telling her to back up and take the shot. At this point I began thinking about going to the dark side, instead I told the two on the right that they were part of the problem. At that point the air horn went off and I was rewarded with two birds, which prompted me to take even more photos.