Brexit campaigners have been branded "disgusting" after a plane carrying a banner urging people to vote to leave the EU interrupted a memorial service for Jo Cox.
It swooped overhead as crowds gathered in London's Trafalgar Square for the rally in tribute to the MP, who was killed last week.
The plane was carrying a banner with the word 'Leave' emblazoned on it.
-- Barton Creeth (@bartoncreeth) June 22, 2016
-- Paul Nowak (@nowak_paul) June 22, 2016
Onlookers reportedly muttered that the stunt was "disgusting" as the plane repeatedly swooped overhead. Cox's husband Brendan was paying tribute to his wife on the stage below.
A spokesman for the official Vote Leave campaign denied it was its plane. And the other pro-Brexit campaign group Leave.EU has also denied responsibility.
But people on Twitter, including Labour MP Stella Creasy, are outraged.
.@voteleave flying your plane over the memorial tribute to Jo Cox in Trafalgar Square is beyond low. Have some self respect and disappear!
-- stellacreasy (@stellacreasy) June 22, 2016
To the people flying the Vote Leave plane over Trafalgar Square during Brendan and Kim's speeches about Jo:you absolute total utter disgrace
-- Anna Yearley (@AnnaYearley) June 22, 2016
A vote leave plane just flew over the Jo Cox memorial. Seriously. No words for how inappropriate that is. No words. #MoreInCommon
-- Lily Caprani (@LilyCaprani) June 22, 2016
vote leave plane drowning out speeches at Jo Cox memorial. Utterly grim.
-- John Coventry (@JohnnyCov) June 22, 2016
-- Alexis Murphy (@alexisismurphy) June 22, 2016
Someone from vote leave should tell their campaign plane to stop flying over Trafalgar Square NOW.
-- Siobhan Benita (@SiobhanBenita) June 22, 2016
Have the Leave campaigners no shame? Plane flying a banner just flew over the Jo Cox gathering in Trafalgar Square
-- Kevin Maguire (@Kevin_Maguire) June 22, 2016