One morning two young men and a young women appeared upon my doorstep and demanded to see me as, they said, they wished to discuss anti-nuclear work. I discussed matters with them for some time and then intimated that it was time for them to go. They refussed to go.... They proceeded to stage a sit-down in my drawing-room. With some misgivings, I sent for the police...The latter were later discovered. I was told, to be a young actress who wanted publicity and two of her admirers wishing to help her. They got the publicity and provided me with a good story and much entertainment.
Source: The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, v.3 chap. 3
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