(WXYZ) - Protestors were spotted driving slowly along I-94 eastbound near Grand River Thursday morning.
The protest caused fellow drivers to weave in and out in attempt to avoid the backup.
There is no word on where the protestors were headed or what they were protesting.
Last week, a similar display took place on I-75 when Michigan State Police pulled over nine cars heading to an emergency financial manager protest downtown.
You can watch the protest in the video player above.
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