Scottish police on Saturday arrested and charged a man in connection with the anti-Trump paraglider protest at President TrumpDonald TrumpHeadaches intensify for Democrats in Florida Stormy Daniels set to testify against former lawyer Avenatti in fraud trial Cheney challenger wins Wyoming Republican activists' straw poll MORE's Turnberry golf course, according to The New York Times.

The police said in a statement that they had arrested the 55-year-old man in connection with an incident when a "powered parachute was flown in the vicinity of the Turnberry Hotel."


The man reportedly flew through a no-fly zone. 

Videos shared on social media on Friday night showed a man flying over Trump's Scottish golf resort carrying a banner that read "Trump: Well Below Par." 

The protest was apparently organized by Greenpeace, an environmental organization with chapters all over the world, who said they were hoping to draw attention to Trump's record on the environment and immigration. 

The Greenpeace U.K. Twitter account posted they hit the president "where it hurts - at his golf course." 

"Trump does not believe in climate change," Greenpeace tweeted on Saturday. "He's pulled the US out of the Paris Agreement, and is committed to burning more climate wrecking coal. We couldn't let him get away with a quiet game of golf... #resist." 

The protest was one of dozens spawned by Trump's visit to the United Kingdom last week. Thousands of protesters marched across Scotland during the American president's visit over the weekend, decrying Trump's approach to foreign relations, immigration, the environment, and much more. 

Several chanted "No Trump, no KKK, no racist USA!" as Trump played golf on Saturday, according to the Times.

Hundreds of thousands gathered to protest in London, accompanied by a blimp depicting Trump as a crying baby

Trump's visit to the U.K. has so far between mired in controversy, from his derogatory remarks about U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May to his pointed insults about the media

Trump is slated to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, though he stated on Sunday that he has "low expectations" for the summit.