The protesters initially sat in in the middle of Washington Street in Downtown Crossing looking for police to arrest them."Willing to do whatever it takes." Uh-huh.
When it became apparent that they would not be arrested by police the protesters moved to the intersection of Congress and State streets in the Financial District where they were arrested in an orderly manner within 15 minutes of their arrival.
Before his arrest, Wendelly Innocent, 18, a Dunkin Donuts employee, said that fast workers were willing to do whatever it takes to improve their situation.
"We just want to get $15 an hour and a union," said Innocent.
Extra - Enjoy your $8 Big Mac.